Keyword: Installation

Resources

Re: / Bram Snijders, Carolien Teunisse

„RE: is a 360° projection mapping installation that uses mirrors to allow a projector to project onto its own surface. The mirrors bounce the projections back onto their source. Virtual pixels become points of augmentation in actual space. ‬In most cases the projector has a functional role within a video installation; the projector in RE: functions as a symbol for both sender and receiver of the medium of light.“

http://www.deframe.nl/work/re/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51aaH9r9peo

Guy Königstein

http://www.guykoenigstein.com/inaccurate_rulers.html

http://www.guykoenigstein.com/excavations.html

The Giver of Names / David Rokeby

„… is quite simply, a computer system that gives objects names.“

http://www.davidrokeby.com/

Iller / Benjamin Maus & Prokop Bartonicek

„It is an apparatus, that sorts pebbles from a specific river by their geologic age.“

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/
http://www.prokopbartonicek.com/

interface / Ralf Baecker

„… camera and monitor function as a mirror that links the images of the viewers. […] The software, which runs between camera and monitor, attempts to re-construct each face from image fragments of the other. The image of one face cannot be realised without the other and vice versa.

See also other works about materiality, aesthetics and potential of digital technologies:
http://www.rlfbckr.org/

Esther Stocker

Grids, space structures, distortions, errors

http://www.estherstocker.net/

Michael Johansson


http://www.michaeljohansson.com

Blow Up / Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

Blow-up is a high resolution interactive display that is designed to fragment a surveillance camera view into 2400 virtual cameras that zoom into the exhibition space in fluid and autonomous motion. Inspired by Antonioni, the piece is intended as a an exercise to underline the construction of presence through a simulated, live compound eye.

http://www.lozano-hemmer.com/
See also other projects:
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Selective Memory Theatre / Matthias Dörfelt

The installation tries to simulate and visualize the process of memory by algorithmically combining visual material from newsfeeds.

http://www.mokafolio.de