Photo: © Screenshot (incl. Festival visual layer) Matthias Härtig
DS-X.org & Escape Now!
3D audiovisual ambient installation
»Flow 1« is an audiovisual installation which is based on music by the Dresden-based musician Escape Now! (Jörg Kreutzer). The visuals are generated in realtime using the frequency, loudness and dynamics of his music. They show us time in sound, a continued visual flow of sound. »Flow 1« is a project by Matthias Härtig, born in 1977. He is a programmer of artistic interactive visual applications and real-time-visual environments. Currently, he lives in Dresden. He is one of the initiators of the working cooperative DS-X.org and is a founding member of the Trans-Media Akademie Hellerau (TMA).
All works shown in the exhibition
Colore Mobile Immensum
Werner Klotz’ works are exclusively within site-specific and interactive contexts that rely on viewer participation to emphasize themes and ideas unique to each project.
Aurelia 1+Hz / proto viva sonification
Interactive bioart that explores the phenomena of interspecies communication, sonification of the environment, and underwater acoustic/bioacoustics, using jellyfish.
A mechanical piano that emulates the frequency spectrum of Sigmund Freud's voice.
DS-X.org & Escape Now!
3D real time a/v generation
Michael Saup & immersive.earth
Completely new installation by the Ars Electronica award-winning professor.
Jules Richard Museum
Early Stereoscopic Pornography
A historical apparatus and a kind of best off from 100 years of erotica in stereoscopic presentation technique.
The World as Will and Representation.
Roaches and robot dogs in final coexistence, dipped into the red light of warming lamps. The foyer of the Festspielhaus in a different way.
»Santa Melodica« (Installation)
SHAPE presents a sound installation of the artist between 21.10. and 14.11.2017 in the Technische Sammlungen Dresden.
With a question in mind, I shot a photo without removing the lens cover of my digital camera.
Hentai Haiku is an excerpt from somewhere between the rapidly evolving worlds of 3D games, anthropomorphic robotics and VR erotica.
The Rain (La Pluie)
Virtual Reality 360° Video, focussing on the delicate issue of ‘comfort women’ in wartime.
Infinity IV & Infinity V
Time stretches, conditions get rough at idle speed ; brutal and aerial at once.