A collaborative work with Frederic Schuld.

Interactive room installation, 9 screens, 16 light units, 6 point stereo sound. For “Nacht der Museen” we build an interactive multi-channel installation using data gathered by monitoring the visitors movements and Distribution. Entering the installation created multiple parameters which were processed into a statement, synthesized in colour, light and sound. The Guest performances at night: Tickling Peaks with an experimental music set-up (modular synthesizer, clarinette). Media artist Niels Mlynek from cologne and musician Maren Kessler from Weimar (voice & composition) presented the installation “Drunken” on 8 analog 16mm projectors as an piano/voice/visual performance. With around 2500 Visitors over the course of the night, multiple reactions and interactions between artist and visitors occurred.