Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’

intimacy

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

This cube-like object occupies space. The materiality is translucent but not transparent,
creating an intimate and private retreat area. At night the cube is illuminated by an
imitation of television signals which simulates the visibility of private spaces in the cities
at night through the windows, visible from the street.
It seems to be possible to view through the film, but because of the structure it is only
possible to see some distorted structures from behind.
The object is shaped by air, making it impossible to create an accurate cube. It seems that
the higher pressure inside the cuboid creates a hybrid form between cube and sphere.
At the same time the translucent material and this half-organic form embed the object
inside the space, may it be inside or outside, countryside or in the city and changes its
appearance in every different environment.

  

 

 

realized at campbasel, Basel, Switzerland

 

 

installed at A | B | Contemporary Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

generously supported by P.M Schultes, http://experimonde.eu/

black morula

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

realized at campbasel

chimere @ djinni in a bottle, galerie lisi hämmerle, bregenz

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

Djinni in a Bottle – Materialisation und Medialität

16. Mai – 30. Juni 2012
3D-Prototyping in der Kunst. Ein Projekt der Lehrenden an der Abteilung Digitale Kunst / Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien:

Wolfgang Fiel mit Sophie-Carolin Wagner, Margarete Jahrmann, Nicolaj Kirisits, Peter Koger, Bernd Kräftner mit Ashley Holwell, Martin Kusch, Jan Lauth, Lydia Lindner, Max Moswitzer, Niki Passath, Tommy Schneider, Ruth Schnell, Veronika Schnell, Franz Schubert, Romana Schuler, Roland Schöny mit Hans Newidal, Stefanie Wuschitz
Ausstellungsarchitektur: Wolfgang Fiel
Grafische Gestaltung: studioelastik.com

Chimere

Mischwesen
Wolpertinger
Monstrum
Ungeheuer
Phantom
Trugbild
Hirngespinst

Diese Chimäre ist ein Mosaiklebewesen welches aus drei verschiedenen Arten hervorgeht. Mit dem Kopf einer Katze, dem Rücken eines Kamels und den Beinen eines Insekts, wahrscheinlich eines Flohs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

trilobites totem 1

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

 

  

zoe in prague

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

zoe in prague is a collaborative project together with vive les robots (http://vivelesrobots-education.dk/) more can be seen on http://www.followtherobots.com/
thanks to Christian Gjørret

Zoe is a series of robots created by the Austrian robotics artist Niki Passath. This video shows one of the robots death, after it had decided to jump into a small lake in Prague on the 12th of November 2011.

Zoe is a series of robots created by the Austrian robotics artist Niki Passath. This video shows one of the robots death, after it had decided to jump into a small lake in Prague on the 12th of November 2011.

Next day another Zoe Robot came to the robot funeral in Prague.

Dancing House is a building in Prague by Frank O Gehry, which can remind you of a robot house.

The notion robot was invented in this house in 1920 by Josef & Karel Capek.

The National Theater in Prague is that place where the word robot was introduced for the first time to an audience in 1921.

Zoe Robot going Down Hill in this video recorded in Prague.

Zoe Robot on a walk in a forest in Prague.

One of the finest pieces of robotics art from the medial ages is The Astronomical Clock in Prague

Rabbi Loew – The creator of Golem is buried The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague.

Zoe Robot is reading a book in Prague.

Here in this house Karel and Josef Capek lived from 1907-25.

Zoe Robot on a walk in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets some musicians on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets John of Nepomuk on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets a puppeteer on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets Jesus on Charles Bridge in Prague.

Zoe Robot meets Rabbi Loew in Prague.

Zoe Robot on Siroka Street in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to The Old New Synagogue in Prague.

Zoe Robot at The House of the Black Madonna in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to the Sculpture of the two Capek Brothers in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to The Tomb of Karel Capek in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Theatre Spejbl & Hurvinek in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Ponrepo in Prague.

Zoe Robot by The Memorial to the victims of Communism in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to the Metronome in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Embryo in Prague.

Zoe Robot next to Piss sculpture in Prague.

Zoe Robot by 34 yellows light penguins on the river Vltava in Prague.

Zoe Robot at Cross Club in Prague.


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