trying to show the beauty of nature and science in code, sculpture, electricity and visuals … a selective list
Suspended Expectations, searching Chill Moments
The onset of the guitar at the beginning of Jeff Buckley’s Hallelujah, the high bell sounds in Trentemøller’s Miss You … Here i go looking for signs in my brainwaves that hint at the emotional euphoria and chill sensation that certain moments of music produce within me.
La Figure de la Terre
Audio-reactive visual software for contemporary Finnish opera La Figure de la Terre.
Together with video artist Mia Makela i developed a software piece that generates a live visuals set for Austrian violin artist Mia Zabelka’s new record M. The collaboration will premiere at the Phonofemme festival in Vienna, on Oct. 30st 2011.
Trojan Horse 2011
It’s already hard to believe, but we build a 50-ft 25-ton wooden Trojan Horse, celebrated, pulled, and burned it at Burning Man 2011. And it’s been one hell of a journey!
White Loop is a sound installation that explores and infiltrates the collective unconscious of a neighborhood through the noise generated by 100 dream stories.
Thing-a-day toys / 2011
A Thing-A-Day – (Almost) All of February 2011! Thing-a-day.com is an initiative that motivates crafts people to spend 30 minutes a day – all those 28 days of February – creating something. And that something can take any form. I …
ana + kata
Ghostly architectural shapes from outer space. The geometry lies to be grasped, yet escapes our logic – possibly into the fourth dimension.
Inspired by the rules and finely-tuned constants governing our universe, Circuit Explorations is an attempt at creating a complex system from scratch.
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Tagged 2009, 2010, Arduino, Circuit Explorations, complex systems, data visualization, electronics, noise, openframeworks, oscillator, pattern discovery, pattern recognition
A virtual reality CAVE experience that wants to bend your mind.
Liquid Sound Collision
Poetic opposites are sent into battle as vibration source activating a fluid simulation.
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Tagged 2009, 3D print, data visualization, fluid, liquid sound collision, openframeworks, processing, rapid prototyping, simulation, sound
Computational chemistry to visualize pattern formation.
Finding a phyllotactic way of arranging speakers on a big sphere.
An audio-reactive openFrameworks experiment.
BuxPatch – A Reading List
Visualizing my reading list in a processing app as bouncing balls.
Phone messages and solenoids make typewriter arms hammer.
My thesis project about the embodied evolutionary adaptation of a very slow robot.
The l-system in use to animate geometric plants.
Film dialog, taken from subtitle files, defines movement and appearance of particles that leave traces on the screen.
Dipole Spin System
Magnetic dipole lattices create curvy patterns.
Deterministic Nonperiodic Flow (1963)
How the magnetic force stimulates pattern formation.
The tension of the news acting upon a cloth.
To Spin Art History
Particles spinning and drawing according to famous paintings.