Aether9 – the book
An analog printed book composed from the digital archives of the Aether9 project. Published by Greyscale Press in October 2012.
Solaris @ Kunstraum Kreuzlingen
Multi-screen installation, Tiefparterre/Kunstraum Kreuzlingen, May – July 2011.
Some close-up pictures from my recent video installation at Kunstraum Kreuzlingen, May-June 2011.
Low-Rez/Solaris at Shift Festival
Images from Shift Festival, Basel (October 28-31 2010), where my video piece Low-Rez Stories/Solaris was on display.
VJing – by 375 Wikipedians
VJing (by 375 Wikipedians), a book that was collectively written during the Wiki-Sprint workshop, is out in print.
LowRez/Solaris showing at NIFFF festival
Dual-screen installation, NIFFF Festival / CAN, July 2010, Neuchâtel
exhibit @ Lokal.int
Print publications on display at Lokal.int, Biel/Bienne, May 2010.
Low-Rez Stories is a semi-narrative video installation based on the use of remote webcam feeds which are tracked by spider-bots, captured and combined into a self-generating cinematic video landscape.
Initiated in May 2007 during a workshop at the Mapping Festival in Geneva, Switzerland, Aether9 is a collaborative art project exploring the field of realtime video transmission.
A series of short videos created for the electronic billboard of the main railway station in Geneva, commissioned by the Centre de la Photographie.
On Saturday October 20th 2007, a video-link was realized between a spot in the main pedestrian street of Belgrade and a location in Prishtina, the capital of Kosovo.
Video installation, documentary video. July 2003.
LOL (laughing out loud)
Media performance / installation. April 2004 – March 2005. Touring through Belgrade, Paris, Basel, St-Gallen.