Autopoiesis, like its prequel La Femme et Le Fou, is an interactive closed circuit installation. An old black-and-white TV set and an analog video camera are directly connected opposite to each other, creating a feedback loop in a closed circuit. The single frame of this edition, a selfie image of a nude girl standing in front of the mirror in a changing cubicle, is printed on an overhead sheet and placed, hanging on thin thread, between the camera and the monitor.
Thus, the image, which in itself reflects an autopoietic system, becomes part of the loop, jumping into the TV, immediately reborn in the camera, an autopoietic beauty.
Was vom Kino übrig bleibt | What Remains Of Cinema #2 Autopoiesis The second work from my series What Remains Of Cinema, Autopoiesis, will be shown for the first time at the C.A.R. media art … Continue reading “Autopoiesis | What Remains Of Cinema #2”
The first edition, La Femme et Le Fou, of my new series of interactive video installations entitled Was vom Kino übrig bleibt | What Remains Of Cinema was shown in Berlin as part of the … Continue reading “Was vom Kino übrig bleibt | What Remains Of Cinema”
Installation based Photographs | Editions Several of my installations served as the base for photographs. Frozen frames that capture a single moment of the works in motion. These photographs, usually printed in small editions, exist … Continue reading “Installation based Photographs”