Following the formal rules of dodecaphony, for the audio-visual installation Zwölftonform twelve sequences originate exclusively from twelve consecutive frequencies.

Audio-visual installation

For the visual translation and for presentation as an audio-visual installation, a sinusoidal waveform is abstracted and transferred along the formal concept of dodecaphony. Following parameterized principles, twelve visual embodiments of the basic shapes arise. The increasing complexity gets visible and the prevailing simplicity gets almost inverted during the installation. The evolving aesthetic is punctuated with a dynamic grid, that divides the base with the value of the current sequence number. Built on this basis, the audio-visual arrangements reference and illustrate especially over time the complexity and increasing compression of the original shape.

Zwölftonform as an immersive installation (Photos by Ciprian Ciuclea)
Zwölftonform as an immersive installation (Photos by Ciprian Ciuclea)
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WASP Bucharest

2018 — transmediale / CTM Vorspiel, Berlin, Germany
2018 — FORUM, Kyoto, Japan
2017 — Festival de la Imágen, Manizales, Colombia
2017 — Galerie Mazzoli, Berlin, Germany
2016 — SCOPE Presents, Berlin, Germany
2016 — Experimental Project, Bucharest, Romania
2016 — Spektrum, Berlin, Germany
2016 — SuperDeluxe, Tokyo, Japan

February 2016