The tide is high
André Werner,
“The tide is high” from the series “Das winkende Mädchen”, interactive light object, 2021.
40 x 40 x 15 cm, acryl glass, whitewall sheet, motion detector, LED, layered overhead sheets.

The image is lit from behind if a motion sensor is triggered by a spectator. The image remains visible for about five seconds before hiding again behind.

By waving to the object one can bring back the waving girl.

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somewhere down the palm road
André Werner,
“somewhere down the palm road” from the series “Das winkende Mädchen”, interactive light object, 2021. 33 x 33 x 9 cm, metal, glass, whitewall sheet, motion detector, LED, layered overhead sheets.

The image is lit from behind if a motion sensor is triggered by a spectator. The image remains visible for about five seconds before hiding again behind.

By waving to the frame one can bring back the  waving girl.

Die Brigade der winkenden Mädchen
André Werner, Brigade der winkenden Mädchen (Brigade of the waving girls), interactive light object, 2021.<br /> 33 x 33 x 9 cm, metal, glass, baking paper, motion detector, LED, layered overhead sheets.
Brigade der winkenden Mädchen (Brigade of the waving girls), interactive light object, 2021. 33 x 33 x 9 cm, metal, glass, baking paper, motion detector, LED, layered overhead sheets.

The image is lit from behind if a motion sensor is triggered by a spectator. The image remains visible for about five seconds before hiding again behind.

By waving to the frame one can bring back the brigade of waving girls.

 

Say Hello, Wave Goodby!
Say Hello, Wave Goodby! The first realization from the series
Say Hello, Wave Goodby! The first realization from the series “Das winkende Mädchen” (the waving girl). Installation in the public space. Slide projection during the night of New Year’s Eve 2020/21.

 

Say Hello, Wave Goodby! is the very first realization from the series “Das winkende Mädchen” (the waving girl). A short-time nstallation in the public space. A slide projection during the night of New Year’s Eve 2020/21.

La prisonnière du port, a live video installation by André Werner. Part of the series
La prisonnière du port

The fifth installment of my series of single-frame video installations What remains of cinema | ce qu’il reste du cinéma.

April 17. – 25. 2020, 06am – 03am CET

As I am, due to the current lockdown, unable to continue presenting these installations in galleries, cinemas or in the urban space, I made “La prisonnière du port” a live installation that streamed from my home. …continue reading