Generative Art InstallationFlorencia Bruck, Javier Krasuk and Harro SchmidtCurator: Tomasz Wendland Pavilion 02. Transnational Pavilion of a common bio and syber future in collaboration with GAD. Fabbrica H3 di SerendDPT. Campo Sacosmo 624, 30133. Venezia. One person becomes displaced every 2 seconds – less than the time it takes to read this sentence. The installation consist in the creation of a polycarbonate portal mapped with data visualization generative art. The projected images represented by irregular cubes in space are being altered by data driven bouncing forces addressing “world population displacement” The portal detects human proximity and changes the values of […]
Generative Art that reacts to human movement and sound. Algorithms and rule sets are the ground for generative art – Artistic creation often starts with a conscious choice of these rules, but isn’t limited to any medium, topic, technique or philosophical context. Questions of order and chaos are intrinsically linked to these rules and determine its philosophical proximity to complexity theory (Stephen Wolfram and others). Generative art is either outcome or process of an artistic production based on autonomous systems – thus excluding human spectator agency. Interactive art, on the contrary, is based on spectator-ship agency. Interactive art is per […]
Our concept began by observing a behavior of disconnection between bodies and spaces, human and cities. So we decided to create two scenes expressing their relationship. In the first scene particles get emitted from people to represent the traces we leave that will eventually become the echoes of the past. In the second scene particles are autonomously generated creating a virtual space. There is an illusion that people pass by thinking they don’t affect the place and just observe it from a distance. But in reality human interaction in the space is highly connected and defines its identity. #vvvv #generativeart […]
by Florencia S.M. Brück and Susie Olczak Work made in Venice #PalazzoZenobio as part of the workshop led by Andrzej Welminski #Summeracademy. Based on the theme of Lviv – inside and outside. Furniture in a repetitive vortex suspended into water. Representing the displacement from their homes that the people of Lviv after WWII and modern day refugees were subjected to. History keeps repeating itself in an endless loop. By projecting up onto the ceiling of the Palazzio, the viewer is forced to look up, the surreal scene of the spinning chair in water above gives the sense that they are […]
Gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi svaha. If we restrict our attention to the regime of psycho-physiological states where conscious self-awareness is clearly present (that is, excluding sleep and dreaming), the pattern induced by the TM (transcendental meditation) technique may be expressed as a physiological analogy of the Third Law of Thermodynamics. Photography. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist.Ships in a tube. Single Edition of 12. Size: 70x49cm
Inspired by reading Vilém Flusser, I created this video art piece. The technological engagement against nature for survival. The inevitability of death and the cycle of renewal. Human culture is absurd, a failed attempts to attain immortality by preserving information after its creator’s death in the form of artifacts that eventually crumble and fade. “technology & culture” are products of a “natural” neuronal circuits in human brains.
2017-2018. The Connektome project is a work that started with drawing interventions on photography and magazine ads, followed by a 3D sculpture, video art and crossing over to an avatar wearing the Connektome’s sculpture in virtual worlds. As an interdisciplinary artist from various fields of practice, in this project I seek to navigate the confluence of art and technology. To express the tension that exists in the dialogue between the human brain and artificial intelligence. Rooted in the traditional medium of painting and crossing over into modern forms of art such us virtual worlds, I operate from a distinct sense […]