Installations

ZANE – Interactive Sound Installation, 2017, 100cm x 76cm, 1 ultrasonic sensor, 2 loudspeakers, microcontroller. By triggering the ultrasonic sensor, different sound samples can be heard.

 

I DON´T SAMPLE – Digital Sound Sculpture, 2017, 91cm x 25cm x 25cm,1 light sensor, 1 loudspeaker, electronic, mikrocontroller. By activating the light sensor a variety of sentences by famous and unknown people can be heard.

 

BEST OF III – Electronic wall piece, 2017, 103,5cm x 62cm, 15 light sensors, 15 motors, electronic. Controlled by light sensors, prepared cassettes are set in motion moved by motors.

 

YUMMI – Digital Sound Installation, 2016, 120 cm x 72 cm, 8 hamburger boxes, acrylic glass, wood, 1 light sensor, 8 loudspeakers, electronic, computer. By activating the light sensor various noises of eating can be percieved who overlapping itselves in a rhythmical way.

 

8 MALLETS II – Digital Sound Installation, 2016, 215 cm x 6 cm x 4 cm, 8 light-sensors, 8 LEDs, wood, plexiglas, aluminium, 2 loudspeakers, amplifier, computer. 8 various mallet instruments in form of dynamic samples − each individually triggered by shadows − offer ways to shape a pre-composed minimal music structure.

 

HELLO – Digital Sound Installation, 2016, 100 cm x 48 cm x 40 cm, wood, aluminium, plastic, 1 light sensor, 2 speakers, electronic, computer. By activating the light sensor a variety of whispering voices can be heard.

 

WEICHSPÜLER – Digital Sound Installation, 2016, 60 cm x 50 cm x 20 cm, white acryl, wood, aluminium, plastic, 1 light sensor, 2 speakers, 2 LEDs, electronic, computer. “Weichspüler” are two fabric softener containers, each with built-in speakers. By triggering a light sensor, atmospheric sounds appear.

 

TECHNOCASE I – Digital Sound Installation, 2015, 117 cm x 34 cm x 14 cm, flightcase on table, wood and aluminium, 1 light, 2 speakers, 11 light sensors, electronic, computer. “Technocase I” is a flightcase with 2 built in speakers and 11 sensors sensitive to light. Number and duration of shadows created by the player have an impact on loudness, rhythm and sound of 11 different, pre-programmed collection of sounds. This collection of sounds and loops will be arranged by the player who will experience himself as a DJ or a remixer.

 

TECHNOCASE II – Digital Sound Installation, 2017, 121 cm x 39,5 cm x 15 cm, flightcase on table, wood and aluminium, 2 speakers, 10 light sensors, electronic, computer. Work series. Number and duration of shadows created by the player have an impact on loudness, rhythm and sound of 10 different, pre-programmed collection of sounds.

 

HOVERTICA – Interactive Light Installation, 2016, 60 cm x 60 cm x 10 cm, sheet metal, acrylic glass, 1 microphone, 36 LEDs. Light object that responds to sounds, creates new visual combinations by chance.

 

BALLABALLA – Interactive Sound Installation, 2015, 81 cm x 63,5 cm x 4 cm, 4 hubmagnets, aluminium, plastic, wood, electronic. 4 prepared clappers moved by solenoid strikes the cans controlled by light sensors. Rhythmic play is possible.

 

4 RESONATORS – Interactive Sound Installation, 2014, 140 cm x 90 cm, 4 photocells, 4 loudspeakers, 4 switcher-buttons, 4 LED. “4 Resonators” is inspired by György Ligeti’s “Poème Symphonique for 100 metronomes” in which each of the metronomes produces a different clock. The look and the sound of the 4 sound boxes are almost identical, but independent. A rhythmic beat pulse which can be activated by a light sensor is created. Its tempo and pitch can be adjusted with a knop. Instead of Ligeti´s metronome, an electronic resonator is used. Low frequencies remind of monotonous techno beats. High frequencies resemble repetitive elements of plucked string instruments. An LED display comments on the rhythm speed of each box. The viewer can produce very different rhythmic figures by turning the 4 controllers.

 

LAPSE – Interactive Light Installation, 2015, 63 cm x 7 cm x 5 cm, sheet metal, acrylic glass, 1 microphone, 42 LEDs, electronic. Light object that responds to sounds, creates new visual combinations by chance.

 

RHYTHMIC BOX – Interactive Sound Installation, 2014, 60 cm x 40 cm x 12 cm, 3 photocells, 2 loudspeakers, electronic, wood, acrylic glass, black box. “Rhythmic Box” is an interactive sound installation. 3 photoresistors (reacting to shadows) are built into three 30 cm long gooseneck-lamps. There is visible electronics that produces essential sounds of techno music by playing 3 loops: Bass Drum, Bass and Hi Hat. The rhythm of the loops can be varied by the shade of the viewer.

 

LICHTLEISTEN – Interactive Light Installation, 2013, 2 x 100 cm x 10 cm x 5,5 cm, 1 microphone, 24 backlight-LED, aluminium, acrylic glass. “Lichtleisten” is a light installation, reacting to acoustic stimuli through a hidden microphone. A movement of light from bottom to top response to all kinds of sounds occurs. Visualized sound, space and time

 

LICHTKLAVIATUR – Interactive Light Installation, 2013, 12 cm x 6 cm x 4,5 cm, acrylic glass, 1 microphone, 12 LEDs, electronic. “Lichtklaviatur” is an object responding to noise. It reconstructs the octave of a piano keyboard and creates soundless keyboard shortcuts.

 

PUNKTUELL – Interactive Light Installation, 2012, 4 x 62 cm x 62 cm x 10 cm, 4 microphones, 64 LEDs, aluminium, sheet metal casing, acrylic glass. “Punktuell” is a sound-responsive light installation consisting of two square aluminum boxes. Behind opaque white plexiglass 16 LEDs are illuminated in an at random order. New combinations arise which are reminiscent of Braille or pictograms. Per box there are 16 over the power of 2 resulting combinations: 2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2.