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12 Bit Alchemy

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Projectpage:
http://waltzbinaire.com/work/12-bit-alchemy/

Design: Waltz Binaire
Artistic Direction: Christian Mio Loclair
3D Artist: Remo Gambacciani
Sound Design: kling klang klong
Commisionened: Fiber Festival 2017
Exhibition: Prima Materia

The Process to approximate and adjust,
to iterate and refine
is weaved into every form of creation.

The ongoing need to adapt an existing configuration, based upon an everchanging subjective need, seems to be an exclusive element of creative exploration. To investigate a material that primarily resonates within the researcher himself, seems to be a highly intrinsic feature of human behaviour.

The piece "12 Bit Alchemy", commissioned by Fiber Festival 2017 and exhibited at Prima Materia, is devoted to no other field then the act of tinkering, play and refinement itself. By merging diverse digital procedures, we continuously aim to portray the desire for computational, yet visual revelations.

princemio, Monday, Aug 21st 2017 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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joreg: @pdubost great, i'd love to see this in our gallery 24

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gerrit: Any recommendations for interesting / exciting booths at IAA? Any good media installations? Somebody made something with vvvv? Thx

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microdee: @matka: nope because the SD card got full and we never received an empty one :(

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matka: Do we have recordings of the second part of PBR Rendering workshop at NODE17?

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pdubost: latest personal project thanks devs and @mrvux for Box2d :) https://vimeo.com/233756367