- Art in public space
- Electronic environments
- Video sculptures
- Light objects
- Expanded photography
- Video tapes
- Performative context
Series “Mirrors of the Unseen (MotU)”
28 x 11 x 8cm each
Two painted steel casings, two LED-light sticks, each equipped with 128 elliptic LEDs, two circuit boards with microprocessor, flash memory, light sensors, power supply
Assistance (research and content): Patricia Köstring
MotU #7 and MotU #8 from the series Mirrors of the Unseen feature words and symbols that seem to float in the space like holograms, which observers can only perceive as afterimages using specific viewing modes. MotU is thus a strictly individual experience, which questions the credibility and objectivity of visual sources. It is a highly topical issue in the age of image manipulation and fake news.
The content addresses the consequences of big data and algorithms.
2019, Discrete Austrian Secrets, The Galaxy Museum of Contemporary Art, Chongqing (CHN)
2017, AESTHETICS OF CHANGE. 150 Years of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Museum of Applied Arts (MAK), Vienna (AT)