#55

May 12th, 2016

  • Drawing
  • Sound
  • Animation
  • Virtual Reality
  • Software
  • Collective
  • Installation
  • Science

Patrick K.-H., Andreas Karaoulanis / 'Alice Wonderland meets Monty Python' - (un)imation of Patrick K.-H.

(un)imation, unmusic, (un)struments

About Patrick K.-H., Andreas Karaoulanis

Patrick K.-H. (Anton Iakhontov, b. 1980) sound artist / video artist / composer, for the time works with sound installations, live and written acousmatic, graphical collage and animation. Researches interactive / cross-disciplinary forms, permutating the media, aiming on achieving unexpected mutants. Member of Theremin Center for Electroacoustic Music at Moscow Conservatory and Institut für Medienarchäologie (Austria). Author of music / video to drama / contemporary dance / post-dramatic theater plays and performances as well as his own works in Russia, Austria and Germany. Art-director of Media Studio in Alexandrinsky Theater, St. Petersburg. Founder and co-curator of the Floating Sound Gallery for spatial sound (St.Petersburg). Currently lives and works in Vienna / St.Petersburg.

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schnellebuntebilder / Recent and upcoming projects of schnellebuntebilder

Animation, interaction, virtual reality, digital art, data viz, vvvv

About schnellebuntebilder

Founded in 2011, schnellebuntebilder is a collaboration between Johannes Timpernagel, Robert Pohle, Sebastian Huber and Michael Burk to develop and create multimedia design and digital art. We work with curators, agents, musicians and artists to create animated explainer films, generative visualizations, audiovisual performances, immersive installations and interactive exhibits. We always put humans at the center of our work: How can we transmit knowledge to them? How can we lead them by the hand and guide them through complex themes and exhibits? How can we use technology to reach humans on an emotional level?

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Thomas Heidtmann, Soma Holiday & Jemma Woolmore // Lacuna Lab / lacunalab

Creation of Tycho, brief history of the artists, story and first exhibition of Lacuna Lab

About Thomas Heidtmann, Soma Holiday & Jemma Woolmore // Lacuna Lab

Thomas Heidtmann studied Fine Arts with an emphasis on painting. After this time, he devoted himself more to the creation of interactive installations and the research of participative art approaches at the intersection of arts, science, music, and technology. Soma Holiday is a creative technologist interested in interactive sculptures that foster spontaneous human connection. He has a background in computer science and a predilection for geometry, laser cutters, and LEDs. Jemma Woolmore's work spans AV performance, bespoke visual production and video installation. Her carefully crafted performances create spatial and textural landscapes, merging digital 3D design with hand-made sculptural objects to blur the boundaries between real and virtual. Lacuna Lab is a collaborative co-creation space in Berlin Kreuzberg. We mix logic and beauty to create interactive works, driven by imagination, playfulness, and experimentation. We love partnering with others on projects and collaborations, and sharing what they learn through public exhibitions, classes, and workshops.

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