Turbulenz ist eine fortlaufende Reihe eindringlicher Erlebnisse, die für hochauflösende Medienumgebungen in großem Maßstab erstellt wurden und den Betrachter in den digitalen Partikelfluss einbinden. Es handelt sich um eine Reihe visueller Experimente mit Partikeln, die in verschiedenen virtuellen Umgebungen simuliert wurden.

Alex Ekman


Ekman talents extend to the lighting and stage design and his eye for structuring an environment is unerring. There is no set as such, excepting the plaster cow which dangles overhead, but the stage surface has its share of movement as little island-blocks rise up and pits sink down. The extreme tilting of the stage at one point causes unfortunate Bauch to roll, cow-like, almost into the pit. COW has its iconic Ekman moment in the scene that opens on a stage full of swirling dancers in white skirts set in a magical silvery mist. Mikael Karlsson, whose music partners the piece provides a subtle and evocative soundscape. He offers a hint of percussive rhythm picked up by the dancers who launch into an ecstatic dance: a stage full of whirling dervishes, until they collapse exhausted.


Ekmans Talente erstrecken sich auf die Beleuchtung und das Bühnenbild, und sein Auge für die Strukturierung einer Umgebung ist unfehlbar. Es gibt kein Set als solches, außer der Gipskuh, die über ihnen baumelt, aber die Bühnenoberfläche hat ihren Anteil an Bewegung, wenn kleine Inselblöcke aufsteigen und Gruben sinken. Das extreme Kippen der Bühne an einer Stelle führt dazu, dass der unglückliche Bauch kuhartig fast in die Grube rollt. COW hat seinen legendären Ekman-Moment in der Szene, die auf einer Bühne voller wirbelnder Tänzer in weißen Röcken in einem magischen silbernen Nebel beginnt. Mikael Karlsson, dessen Musikpartner das Stück ist, bietet eine subtile und eindrucksvolle Klanglandschaft. Er bietet einen Hauch von perkussivem Rhythmus, der von den Tänzern aufgenommen wurde, die einen ekstatischen Tanz beginnen: eine Bühne voller wirbelnder Derwische, bis sie erschöpft zusammenbrechen.



Universalis Cosmographia
Sinds het begin van zijn artistieke carrière in 2000 heeft hij werken en tentoonstellingen gemaakt die voortkomen uit reizen naar afgelegen plaatsen, waar hij objecten uit de natuur verzamelt en deze reproduceert door middel van tekenen en fotografie, installaties en objecten creërend. Recent is zijn interesse gericht op het onderzoeken van grenzen en opgelegde grenzen aan territoria en ook de relatie tussen rivieren en het landschap dat hun loop volgt.

Filip Roca

Volumen is een audiovisuele installatie die draait om driedimensionale vormen in een afgebakende ruimte. Hun aard en gedrag ontvouwen zich door de versmelting van licht en geluid, waardoor optische illusies en onbekende ruimtes ontstaan ​​die spelen met de waarneming van de kijker. Met behulp van de techniek van projection mapping wil deze installatie de verbinding tussen echte en virtuele ruimte verbreken en een unieke meeslepende ervaring creëren.


Diffusion Choir
De sculptuur viert de organische schoonheid van samenwerking door de bewegingen van een onzichtbare zwerm vogels te visualiseren. Vierhonderd vouwelementen vormen een hangend volume in het zonovergoten atrium. Elk element kan onafhankelijk worden geopend en gesloten, bestuurd door aangepaste software met een flock-algoritme. De bewegingen van de sculptuur evolueren voortdurend, aangedreven door de stroomdensimulatie. In de loop van elk uur smelten kleinere groepen vogels samen tot een enkele entiteit, zwevend door de lucht in vloeiende samenwerking. Op elk kwartier verzamelen de vogels zich en voeren speciale gechoreografeerde gebaren uit over het beeldhouwwerk.

Broersen & Lukács

Point Cloud Old Growth
Forest on Location
In the video work Forest on Location, we see the avatar of the Iranian opera singer Shahram Yazdani walking through a forest. One moment, the forest wraps around him protectively, the next moment the trees crumble away into loose pieces of bark, or melt into a static green mass. At the same time, the forest as a whole floats around in darkness, uprooted. It is a forest without a location, except on our screen. The young man’s avatar appears to be wandering around there aimlessly. It is a wonderland that he exits from towards the end of the video, when his body slips straight through the green wall. This finally breaks the spell of the illusory forest, and everything is revealed to be no more than staged decor. But the forest does exist as a real forest, somewhere. This virtual green world is a digital back-up of Bia?owie?a Forest: the last remaining stretch of primeval low land forest that once covered much of Central Europe. Inspired by what the historian Simon Schama wrote about Bia?owie?a in Landscape and Memory (1995), Persijn Broersen and Margit Lukács journeyed to Poland to capture the forest suffused by old-Germanic nostalgia and mythical atmosphere.

Pfadfinderei Studio

Monolith is a noncommissioned experimental work, playing with irregular pixel patterns. What happens when a screen has a nonuniform arrangement of pixels? How does this influence our perception of images and how much visual information do we even need to cross the border from abstract to figurative? Dealing with these questions, we have created a video sculpture, that aesthetically melts screen and content. In a play between natural beauty and technical disruption, images of classical busts transform cyclically into abstract gradients and turn again into perceptible images.

Joaquin Fargas

Glaciator is an installation composed by one to four solar robots that help to compress and crystallize the snow, this process turns snow into ice that is fixed to the glacier mass. The mission of these robots is to help to accelerate the ice formation process on glaciers, allowing them to grow with the addition of snow, regaining the mass they lost as a result of the melting of ice. Its final mission is to raise awareness about the climate change, the melting of the ices and its consequences on the planet.

Seiran Tsuno

Appearing like ghostly cages which seem to float above the body, Seiran Tsuno’s designs are delicately abstract, distorting and disrupting the human-form. Emphasising the shoulders, chest, and thighs, there is a subtlety to her pieces: they don’t scream and shout but instead sit quietly in their uniqueness […] Creating a base is the first step, which Tsuno then draws on using the 3D pens. As it becomes airborne, the strands of melted plastic ink solidify, before Tsuno removes the base. The result is a piece that has the delicacy of fine jewellery, only in garment form.

Femke Agema

Ֆեմկե Ագման
फेमके एग्मा
Фемке Агема
Femke Agema is een in Amsterdam gevestigde modeontwerper, die collecties maakt waarin mode versmelt met de beeldhouwkunst. Femke speelt graag. Ze houdt van tekenen, naaien, lachen, bouwen, dansen, lachen en dromen. Ze creëert graag collecties die de grenzen tussen sculptuur, mode en kunst vervagen.

Thibault Brevet

DRM Chair (Chair that self-destructs after 8 uses)
The DRM Chair has only a limited number of use before it self-destructs. The number of use was set to 8, so everyone could sit down and enjoy a single time the chair.
A small sensor detects when someone sits and decrements a counter. Every time someone sits up, the chair knocks a number of time to signal how many uses are left. When reaching zero, the self-destruct system is turned on and the structural joints of the chair are melted.

Michel François

Pièce détachée

Michel François is een multi – disciplinair kunstenaar die gebruik maakt van allerlei materialen en methoden , een combinatie van door de mens gemaakte en natuurlijke objecten en foto’s alsmede installaties . Zijn doel is om een ​​beroep op alle zintuigen . François foto’s en video’s zijn over ‘ wonen’ , en hoe vorm te geven aan dat ‘ wonen’ . Misschien is hij een beeldhouwer immers in dat zijn werk schommelt tussen de verleiding om te vergroten of in holten vol – en die uit te hollen of vullen volumes. “Art , in ieder geval , is het leven dat men beeldhouwt . ” ( François )


리처드 듀퐁

Manipulating 3-D scans of his own body on the computer, Mr. Dupont then marries digital fabrication methods like rapid prototyping and computer numerically controlled milling with traditional plaster casting and other laborious hand work to make figures that can appear both archaic and futuristic. One of his standing nudes, similar in posture to the Kouros statues from ancient Greece, appears to melt into ripples when viewed on one axis, suggesting the psychic experience of man in the modern world.

Marline van der Eijk

In de zacht aanwezige performance van Marline van der Eijk verstrijkt de tijd wél heel duidelijk. De performance, zeker wanneer die niet met filmbeelden wordt vastgelegd, is natuurlijk bij uitstek het medium waarin de tijd een onderdeel, zeg maar gerust een gereedschap is. Met enige zorg wordt de bezoeker een klompje ijs in de vorm van een hand aangeboden om enige tijd in eigen handen te koesteren. Maar wat doe je met zo’n ijskoud smeltend handje? Het koesteren in hartelijkheid en vriendschappelijkheid? Daardoor zal het des te harder smelten. Daartegenover is het vrijwel onmogelijk deze handreiking van Van der Eijk te weigeren.


Korean artist Kyuin Shim creates work that your pupils will interpret as a straight up science fiction novel. One body of work in particular, “Black Black,” is a series of gruesome depictions of black mannequin bodies gone haywire. As a digital artist and sculptor, he works compiling 3D renderings of real images. These sculptures, with the glossy stature of high fashion, the black mannequins are enrobed in large blisters. In varying states of vulnerability, his sculptures are suffering implosion and meltdown; a person who has ripped his head off gives himself fellatio, another is on his hands and knees, expelling their entire insides.

Melanie Bonajo

Nocturnal Gardening

Photographs of painted people, tinted by sunlight flooding in through colorful tissue paper, are interspersed with delicate ferns and towering bamboo sticks. A lithium drone within the gallery’s white walls is broken up by Night Soil – Fake Paradise, an experimental documentary film by Melanie Bonajo in which women from Brooklyn candidly discussion their deeply personal experiences with ayahuasca. Some of the revelations are blissful and mystic while others turn completely horrifying, melting the psyche down into utterly submissive goo — Bonajo’s way of reminding us of the immeasurable power of psychedelic substances.

Kyuin Shim

Black Black
“Black Black,” is a series of gruesome depictions of black mannequin bodies gone haywire. As a digital artist and sculptor, he works compiling 3D renderings of real images. These sculptures, with the glossy stature of high fashion, the black mannequins are enrobed in large blisters. In varying states of vulnerability, his sculptures are suffering implosion and meltdown; a person who has ripped his head off gives himself fellatio, another is on his hands and knees, expelling their entire insides.

Tangible Media Group


A few months ago, an MIT team showed the inForm physical interface, which mimics its movements in real time. This week in Milan, they presented the next iteration of the system, much bigger and even more sophisticated. You need to see the videos. The team is called Tangible Media Group, led by Professor Hiroshi Ishii; they explore how digital interfaces – present in every gadget we use – can be transformed into physical objects.

And we also have this new prototype, called Transform, which comes even closer to that vision. The team describes the table to Co.Design as a piece of furniture transformed into “a dynamic machine driven by the flow of data and energy”, thanks to the three panels on its surface.


altered earth
Aitken’s focus is the Camargue region of southern France, where he’s spent months capturing the reedy lagoons, splendid fauna and empty panoramas of a geography that’s been settled since Roman times yet scarcely developed since. The snippets of life are werer shown as ’Altered Earth: Arles, city of moving images’, an exhibition at the Parc des Ateliers in historic Arles. In the park’s hangar-like Grande Halle, Aitken’s enormous cinematic screens create what he calls ’an almost holographic view of the physical landscape’. They dangle from the vaulted ceiling like fantastical backdrops in a Hollywood sound studio, drawing the viewer into the landscape. He calls the effect ’liquid architecture’, though it’s unclear whether he’s referring to the venue, which seems to melt away in the background, or the labyrinthine arrangement of screens, which guide visitors like the current of a winding stream.

Anne Rochat


“… Messalina, die dritte Frau des römischen Kaisers Claudius, erinnerte sich noch immer an ihr skandalöses Verhalten. Anne Rochat, die ein Kleid aus Glasschalen trägt, baumelt an den beiden Ringen, die an der Decke befestigt sind. Neurotisch dreht sie sich um und versucht, den Appetit auf Luxus, den Durst nach Vergnügen und den festlichen Geist von Lucre zu symbolisieren. Ihre sehr duchampianische Idee ist es, sie in eine Versammlung von Junggesellen zu verwandeln, während die Braut sich allmählich nackt auszieht, während die Glasschalen brechen und zu Boden fallen… “

Studio Nucleo


Carboniferous is a table that cuts through space, definite and strong.Its many layers of black surface together create a shape, a crystallization of a quick movement, crushing, leading the eye towards the future.The honeycomb cardboard, covered with fiber glass and resin is finished off with layers of carbon fiber.The carbon fiber composes and traces the design, the movement into its unique strength.
In Carboniferous you get the feeling that the top surface does not necessarily represent the ideal landing platform.On another perspective the landing surface generates the powerful and matherical base.
Carboniferous is flowing and exploding, like an aggressive wind with a clear direction.As the earth below, coal is extracted into a new form, the result of sediment build-up of plants,
and also the secrecy and conspiracy of the Carbonari, from underground and from the depth of their hiding places,which emerges a few decades later into the tricolore (the three colours of the Italian flag).
Coal, a dense network of plant remains, and Italy, a mix of cultures and different latitudes.Italian amalgam of different origins, Italy particle edges, Italy multiform, Italy tangle of angles,Italy blunt, concave and convex, Italy Alpine wedge, Italy coal.Sediment of a combustion that melted and transfigured particles.


ארווין וורם
mies van der rohe – melting


Клементу Валла
Postcards from Google Earth
Valla behauptete, eine Reihe von 60 “surrealistischen” Bildern gesammelt zu haben, oder die zumindest diesen Eindruck während eines langen “Spielens” in Google Earth erwecken. “Die Bilder sind eine Art Spiegel für ein lustiges Haus. Sie sind es.” seltsame Illusionen und Reflexionen des Realen “Trotz der starken Verzerrungen, die leicht einem surrealistischen Gemälde ähneln, können die Bilder der Arbeit keine Werkzeuge wie beispielsweise Photoshop manipulieren.” Die Bilder sind Screenshots der Erde mit grundlegenden Farbanpassungen. ” “Dies ist eine Konstruktion von 3D-Karten auf zweidimensionaler Basis, die diese fabelhaften und unbeabsichtigten Verzerrungen erzeugt.”


헬렌 채드윅
Хелен Чедвик
Piss Flowers
What will you do if it snows this winter? Throw snowballs? Get out the sledge? Or wee in the crisp cold whiteness as art? Helen Chadwick had an eye for the organic. She took closeup photographs of moist, freshly cut meat, superimposed images of her body cells over landscapes, and invented a unique winter methodology to create her Piss Flowers. Chadwick urinated in deep snow, then made casts of the interior spaces – instant caves – melted in the snow by the warm liquid. The resulting white forms of bronze and cellulose lacquer look like alien cities from a frozen planet, or fungal eruptions beneath the surface of the arctic ice. They are unique and haunting winter wonderlands.



In REQUIEM choreographer Nanine Linning imagines the tension between life and death, the profane and the sacred, the carnal and the spiritual. Themes, which are inextricably linked together and are at the same time absolute opposites. Inspired by Fauré’s “Requiem”, Dante’s “La Divina Commedia” and the absurd and surreal images of the artist duo “Les Deux Garçons”, Linning is searching for her own paradise on earth.REQUIEM is a multidisciplinary production with 25 dancers, live orchestra, two soloist singers, a choir, a sound artist and video. It is a triptych where the public will first walk on stage through dance installations; the dancers create a frozen, silent world.In the second part Fauré’s “Requiem” is being performed while singers and dancers follow Linnings choreography in a world of immense video images on stage. In the last part a Sound Artist will break apart Fauré’s “Requiem”. The frozen world of part one will melt and the energy of life will be released in a dynamic choreography for the choir and dancers.


everything (a perfume made from more than 1400 fragrances)
Im letzten Jahr sammelte Lernert & Sander fast 1400 Proben neu eingeführter Düfte. Durch Mischen des Inhalts all dieser Flaschen entstanden 1,5 Liter von Everything. Dieses einzigartige Parfüm wird in einer speziell entworfenen und mundgeblasenen Flasche geliefert, einer Vergrößerung einer klassischen Musterflasche.