A series of Solargrafica* photographs and sound recordings were made in the city of Graz, Austria. Over the time period Feb to July 2009, over 30 cameras were positioned in and around the city of Graz. Four photographs were selected and combined with processed field recordings using Real-time Granular Synthesis. The result is a video
In the 1920’s, David Sarnoff (Chairman of the board of RCA) and Dr. Vladimir Zworykin (Vice President of RCA (Hon.), Techn. Consultant of RCA) started dreaming on mass production of broadcasting moving images by electronic devices. The short sequence is looped and the audiovisiual quality decreases constantly due to the fact of a lossy data
Solargrafica records the paths of the sun by using a lensless camera with exposure times from 1 day to 6 months. 5 camera modules are mounted on tripods. Inside the camera modules you see one photograph. A loudspeaker is mounted in the bottom of the module. A soundscape of recorded and with a granular
Thoughts and feeling like happiness, grief, security and loneliness influence and change our breathing. In these hectic times in which people are under incessant pressure to perform, checked by constraints and harried by fears, most of us don’t even notice what a state of distress our breathing is in. The purpose of this installation
“Wild West Reloaded” is an ironic found footage collage about the image of american history that media presents to the public. The genocide and disappropriation of the native Americans are compared to the war in Iraq. The original uncutted audio of a CNN broadcast is mixed with images of a classic John Ford Western movie.
Andreas Zingerle, PhD
Designer, Researcher, Lecturer
‘KAIRUS Art+Research’ with Linda Kronman