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<br /><br />Opernball feat. vvvv. For the very first time in the long history of the Vienna Opera Ball there will be media installations. And we proudly announce that they will be realized with evvvverybodys favourite multipurpose toolkit.
"Beim Wiener Opernball heute abend darf sich auch die VJ-Culture fein herausputzen: Studio Strukt aus Wien wird die edle Lounge des Weinguts Esterházy standesgemäß als Rauminstallation mit animierter Bildtapete ins mediale Licht rücken. Zum 200. Todestag von Jospeh Haydn soll mit der Synästhesie von Visual und Klang gespielt werden. Die Besonderheit dabei: Die Videoinstallation wurde mit der generativen Grafikprogrammiersprache VVVV realisiert und kann über das iPhone oder den iPod Touch gesteuert wrden." (from PAGE online - weblog
Vakuum is an intermedia performance, a mixture of theatre, dance, music and interactive media. Within this performance these tools are merging into a multilayered image of changing concepts of identities.
With: Nina Louise Vallon, Stefan Düe, Aljoscha Zinflou
Direction and Concept: Raman Zaya
Dramaturgy: Célestine Hennermann
Music: Jürgen Krekel
Room Concept and interactive Media: David Brüll?, Ingolf Heinsch?
Artistic consultation: Lorez Hippe
Assistant: Lisa Schindler
May 2008, Mousonturm Frankfurt, Germany
thanks to: vvvv(dot)org, satis & fy, meso digital interiors, mousonturm frankfurt
To celebrate the launch of the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards, Cinimod Studio was commissioned to create an outdoor interactive lighting installation. Conceived as an exploded blank canvas, the huge “exploded globe of light” was suspended from the trees over London’s famed Hoxton Square and was interactively controlled (in VVVV!) by the guests. See video.
MESO Digital Interiors was asked to design and plan an interactive table to inform about Nikons digital imaging technologies at the Photokina 08 in Cologne. The interactive table was part of the new exhibition booth designed in aspect of Nikons Motto for 2008 “Discover”.
The meso team: Jannis Kreft, Sebastian Oschatz, Max Wolf, Ingolf Heinsch
From 30th October until 9th November the festival for computer-based art CYNETart_08 takes place in Dresden, Germany.
Artists from 45 countries with about 280 works have applied to participate in the festivals competition.
One of the 16 selected artworks is the BIO CAN, an interactive web installment made with vvvv. It transfers the technique of spraying a slogan from the eighties into the present.
The internet is the outer wall of today.
With the wooden BIO CAN you can spray a message at the website of a climate killer. Your picture will be saved and automatically sended as an attachment via email to the chairman of the climate desroyer.
For more information please check the website.
Another interesting artwork at the festival is "double helix" by Ursula Damm.
It is worth to visit it!
Architecture firm UN Studio invited MESO Digital Interiors to provide a projected lighting design for their built contribution to this year' Venice Architecture Biennale.
The result is a 9-Beamer batch of pretty pixels loosely based on YouTube serendipiclips. Video coated surfaces! Ultra short throw ratios! Unnerved Dikis! Link
Outdoor Show in The Hague by MAXALOT Gallery, 26-27 September 2008
What if you had a special little helper who could assist your own creativity into creating the most intricate layout of various curious and beautifully detailed objects and things. Who would be the real creator? What if you had actually made this special little helper yourself to begin with? Artists working with programming do just that, they create a very powerful creator and let them do the hard work. Through computer software algorithms written in various scripting languages more and more artists now use these powerful tools to have information generate mind blowing imagery. This "processing" of information happens in a combination of order and disorder, and although most behaviours are very much so controlled by the artists, the outcome is always somewhat of a surprise.
For this event, this public outdoor exhibition, Maxalot will present a selection of todays finest generative artists and have their work light up part of the VROM building next to The Hague's Central Station using another powerful tool, Light.
The Hague, The Netherlands
Participating Artists (alphabetacily)
Pedro Mari (aka defetto)
Karsten Schmidt (aka toxi)
Mike Paul Young
For more information see:
there will be 2 vvvvorks in the exhibition:
Party Collider by Eno Henze(left)
also see: http://www.enohenze.de/works2008/subjektbeschleuniger/
Panta Rei by Pedro Mari (defetto)(right)
also see: http://www.flickr.com/photos/defetto/sets/72157602683025565/
this is our first aproach to the idea of a 3d navigator for your destop
( the real one, the wooden ). you have to move a pen over a projected
horizontal section of an architectual plan. if the pen will rest over
one of the rooms a 3d view of this room shows up. you can turn around
by moving the pen within the room.
the flavoring ingredients are flash, a webcam for the colortracker,
a beamer and of course vvvv!
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