We recommend: Vjing Nature
Where: Suvilahti ‘Square’ (location to be confirmed), free entrance!
Exhibition dates: 17th May – 26th May from Wednesday to Sunday 13.00 – 18.00
Imagine you could listen and see what plants and microorganisms from our environment talk about? What if we can pick up signals generated as their response to us and make them visual?
By using a combination of analog and digital sensory technologies, Kasia Molga together with Ivan Henriques and Erik Overmeire have created the very first Organic Vjing. The real time environmental data streamed live to the music, explores what local flora and fauna have to tell us through visuals generated from real time data of their reactions.
Conceptualised, created and produced by Kasia Molga, Ivan Henriques and Erik Overmeire as part of Pixelache festival.
Ivan Henriques is a transdisciplinary artist and researcher working in multimedia installations examining different perceptions of time, memory and environment. Erik Overmeire is a media artist working with robotics and virtual intelligence that expand into the physical realm, machine-human-interaction. Kasia Molga is a media artist whose practice is concerned with changes in our perception and relationship with the planet in the increasingly technologically mediated world. She deals with real time environment (and not only) data visualization – where the data becomes a pretext, motor and platform behind the work. Invisible Dust is currently working with Molga on our latest project, Invisible Heat.