Our perception of reality changes when we look carefully, even more so when we use technology to zoom in.
Date: 15 – 18 May
Location: A Lab
Time: 12.00 – 19.00 hrs
This is especially true for complex moving objects; every time we look, they will seem different to us. ‘Kepler’s Dream’ takes us on an expedition of the ever-changing magnified surface of such a complex 3D printed object by using old fashioned light projection technology. The underlying shape of the projection sculpture originates from what Johannes Kepler described in his “Mysterium Cosmographicum” as the geometrical basis of the universe; the dodecahedron, octahedron, icosahedron, tetrahedron, and the cube.
Ann-Katrin Krenz (DE) is an interaction designer and media artist. Her work ranges from rich interactive installations and environments to generative design and visual explorations with pixels, pen and paper. She is currently preparing for her master thesis in the Digitale Klasse at the University of the Arts Berlin.
Michael Burk (DE) is an Interaction Designer and Media Artist, currently preparing for his master thesis in Visual Communication at the University of the Arts Berlin. His work ranges from critical design, to immersive interactive environments.
Presented with the generous support of the Goethe Institute.