Daniel Schulze / bitsbeauty

for those who see

Daniel Schulze

source: highlike

Work: In research of digital information the installation ‘for those who see’ shows the beauty of the unseen. The impulse of sound creates a vortex air ring‚ invisible, as the sound itself. Only fog is demonstrating this aesthetic phenomenon. Individually released to the air, our visual perception connects the single rings to patterns, surfaces or bodies, befor they slowly dissolving. These could be viewed as a whole picture or an individual fragment – inviting one to contemplate and wonder.

As a contributer it word be nice to receive a hardcopy of the printed book. —– In research of digital information the installation ‘for those who see’ shows the beauty of the unseen. At the circular opening of a rectangular box the impulse of a speaker creates a vortex air ring‚ invisible, as the sound itself. Only fog is demonstrating this aesthetic phenomenon which is normally unvisible for our eyes. Once activated, the Vortex Ring moves linearly in the air, where after a short moment it decrease velocity and slowly resolves. A matrix of 7 x 7 boxes forms the basic shape of the installation. Individually released to the air, our visual perception connects the single rings to patterns, surfaces or bodies, befor they slowly dissolving. Although our visual perception is highly focused on the identification of concrete information, the installation offers a moment of visual freedom: corresponding to the focus of the observer, the output could be viewed as a whole picture or an individual fragment – inviting one to contemplate and wonder.
Photographer: Robert Fehse / Daniel Schulze
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source: bitsbeautyde
Daniel Schulze is a Media Artist and Diplom Industrial Designer with a focus on interaction and experience. Within the limits of design, art and technology his work examines the aesthetic potential of interaction and movement.

Daniel’s research looks at the idea that sight is the most important sense and he subsequently focuses on the beauty of the unseen. His artistic approach is inspired by the area at which the visible merges with the invisible and this is done by focusing on our environment or amplifying the normally not perceptible.

On that journey, technology, whilst in harmony with the impact of other factors, plays a large role as an encouraging component for that experience. In combining science, art and technology his work attempts to create intrigue, curiosity and a sense of wonder.

As designer, concepter or media artist he worked alone and in teams in different projects for national and international clients. In these works he acted as a team member as well as project manager with only contact to the client. Amongst others for Deutsche Telekom, BMW Mini, Goethe Institut, Liganova and rAndom International. In 2009 he founded the bitsbeauty studio with the aim to create an artistic, creative platform for diverse design cooperations. On that platform pro-creative collaborations generated commercial contract works, as well as free, artistic projects.

Daniel Schulze was born in 1981 in Germany, and lives and works in Berlin. His work has been presented in group shows in USA, Japan and Europe. He has been awarded a variety of different art prizes and has worked as a freelancer in Berlin, London and Barcelona. Besides his freelance work he served as a guest lecturer and creative assistant in different universities in Germany and in Switzerland.
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source: bitsbeautyde
In research of digital information the installation ‘for those who see’ shows the beauty of the unseen. The impulse of sound creates a vortex air ring‚ invisible, as the sound itself. Only fog is demonstrating this aesthetic phenomenon. Individually released to the air, our visual perception connects the single rings to patterns, surfaces or bodies, befor they slowly dissolving. These could be viewed as a whole picture or an individual fragment – inviting one to contemplate and wonder.
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source: freshgadgetsnl

De Duitse kunstenaar en industrieel ontwerper Daniel Schulze baart opzien met zijn installatie ‘For Those Who See’, die bestaat uit 49 luidsprekers die een even groot aantal rookcirkels de lucht in sturen. Door de audiosignalen via de computer op elkaar af te stemmen kunnen mooie visuele patronen worden weergegeven. Een sterk staaltje tech-kunst, zo zie je hieronder.
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source: kad0shlivejournal

Немецкий художник Daniel Schulze создал из 49 обычных динамиков необычное устройство, которое может превратить цифровые сигналы в мимолётные зрительные образы. Данное устройство функционирует вместе с парогенератором, который является источником столь необычного туманного вихря. Данное приспособление было представлено на 14-том японском фестивале «Japan Media Arts Festival», где и выиграло приз зрительных симпатий конкурса Create10 Student Design Competition . Для того чтобы понять, как это работает, обязательно нужно смотреть видео.
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source: flipermag

Daniel Schulze 是為數位媒體藝術家也是為工業設計師,出生於德國的他在柏林工作創作。他這次的作品是以一個 7×7 格的方格,並且在上面裝置了音頻揚聲器,讓他能夠發出聲音並且運用壓力發射出霧氣,這項作品展覽於 Japan Media Arts Festival 並且獲得了 Create10 的學生設計中的觀眾獎。

這項產品名為 “for those who see”,展現了若有似無的美,霧氣所產生的空氣戒指飄散在黑暗中。