Pavillon 21 Mini Opera Space

Visual design, programming and projection staging in cooperation with cat-x. (2010, Opera Munich, Pavillon 21, for Coop Himmelb(l)au) The architectural design of the inner space is enhanced and complimented by a mapped 5 projector setup developed by Hannes Köcher in collaboration with cat-x. The complex projection not only illuminates the inside of the pavilion but also sets the architecture vibrating through …

Words We Speak

2012, FutureLab Conference, Mayerhofen, Tirol words we speak is a word generator and live ticker that uses the same significant words that were calculated by the hills we climb algorithm as an input to form new words based on statistical probability of letter-clustering and -sequence. Generated words that are not yet in the dictionary are shown on ticker screens at …

Hills we climb

2012, FutureLab Conference, Mayerhofen, Tirol Inspired by the two phases of Project Peak 2032 at the Futurelab Conference – See the Peak and Go to the Peak – Hills we climb is a series of drawings suggesting landscapes that we need to climb to reach the future. The landscapes are built by an algorithm that collects records – scientific papers, …

Future Revisited

Sound, visual design, media tech & programming for both Astroballon and Brain City Lab in cooperation with cat-x  (2009, Tokyo ICC,  for Coop Himmelb(l)au)(2008, Biennale Venice, for Coop Himmelb(l)au) Future Revisited shows two installations, „Astroballon 1969 Revisited“ and „Brain City Lab – Stage 2“, which were first presented at the Venice Biennale Architecture 2008. The installations were adapted and enhanced, with a …

Next Please

An automated videomixing engine, a collage of fragmented portraits. The viewers of the installation are monitored, filmed by a hidden camera, their faces cut to pieces and rearranged to an ever-evolving stream of new portraits. Shown 2009 at Hofburg bewegt : Dance- and Performanceparcours at the Austrian Presidential Chambers golden picture frame, monitor, camera, computer with videomixing engine.

Enclosure

Enclosure is a collaboration between Finnish performer/choreographer Satu Herrala, Italian landscape designer/visual artist Verena Holzgethan and Austrian composer/media artist Hannes Köcher. The process started with shared interest in memory and space and evolves around this curiosity. It’s a performative installation in which we construct, destroy and reconstruct various spaces by using simple, flexible materials such as sticky tape and plastic …