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    With this body of work I am studying the plasticity of human cognitive style in relation to artistic and scientific research practice, questionin… Read More
    With this body of work I am studying the plasticity of human cognitive style in relation to artistic and scientific research practice, questioning the idea of predictability of human behavior. Read Less
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reconfigure(d) - object 2
kinetic object
 
Kinetic Object, 400x400x200cm
Sculpture made of spring steel wire and knitted wire, hidden Nitinol-mechanism, Arduino-microcontroller
2013
 
The sculpture “reconfigure(d) - object 2” is part of a series of kinetic objects
dealing with human sleep and the translation of brain activity measurements into
rhythms. The measurements were taken before falling asleep, recorded was the
cognitive activity taking place during that time.
The rhythm of the object, basis for the patterns of movement, can be modified,
reconfiguring its corpus and changing its texture.
With this body of work I am studying the plasticity of human cognitive style in relation to artistic and scientific research practice, questioning the idea of predictability of human behavior.
 
Sponsored by subnet
Special Thanks to Schmiede, Tinkerlab, Lukas Raschendorfer (technical consulting) and many more!
 
Exhibitions:
Klanghypothesen / Galerie Lehen / Salzburg / March 2014
Schmiede13 / Alte Saline / Hallein / Salzburg / Sep 2013