March, 23rd–25th at WUK, Vienna
Fuckhead pres. VERTEX - a three day long mixed reality / augmented reality performance & interactive installation curated and initiated by Fuckhead and based upon the three axes knowledge, truth and reality.
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Augmented Reality Installation by Ragdoll Twins, 2016
The augmented reality installation SHOOT FYI playfully points at actual strategies of social media related affairs. Wearing a headmounted system or mobile device one can destroy the wall in front and thus unveil the space behind where virtual deconstructed icons involved in amorous interactions throw their shadows back into the environment. The trigger-image correlates to a disastrous wall.
Augmented-/Mixed Reality Installation / App: Trigger wall (5x2.50m), adhesive films, tablet, phone, head mounted set
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The AR-installation Parallel Musing challenges the perception and understanding of human existence by focusing on questions arisen in the digital age. Together with a large-sized visual code an app triggers a realtime generated environment featuring virtual phenomena and anthropomorphic fragments. The mixed reality scenario deals with technical dependencies and their consequences, and fits in seamlessly with the real space and such a virtual tableau vivant becomes generated where spectators can interdigitate.
3D-Augmented Reality Installation, 2016
Adhesive foil elements, App, tablet(s)
Concept, idea, direction and realisation: Tina Muliar
Game-Engine Programming, App Developement & Sound Design: Bobby Rajesh Malhotra, Tina Muliar
Please scan the QR code to install the App and focus with your mobile either on the visual code in the row beside or download and print the trigger-card to bring a miniature version of the scene to life.
Download the printable trigger-card (Pdf, 4,7 MB)
The experimental video–loop point out: art cut sin sex not is a minimalistic approach to the smallest punctuation mark. A dot follows the artist´s lettering in very slow motion without leaving a trace, and thus a random poem becomes visible for a patient observer.
As Augmented Reality impinges on reality, the artistic intervention All Pigeons Are Born Artists gives palpable form to a type of meta-realism and plays with the idea of pigeons and the degree of artistic potential they possess.
Tablet, plexiglas-object, adhesive foil elements
The interactive Installation Lick Pinkpink Sorbet rearranges layers of perception and though questions constructions of reality. Using an Augmented Reality App in combination with objects and an exemplary pose a metarealism becomes constructed and experienceable.
Classical "Martini–glass", gypseous hand, VHS–tape housing, monitor housing, smartphone
The first and the third image still work in the public channel Pinkpink Sorbet in the downloadable App Aurasma, where I am thankfully holding a free developer-account since years.
Peggy to go is an adaption of the video–installation Peggy I as the video loops on a tablet in a rebuild handbag from the 50ies. Through plexiglas–glasses the glitched lettering collecting art is collecting artists is subtly broaches the issue of the area of conflict between art, artist, collector and fashion.
The video-installation Peggy I offers a view through oversized glasses on a video-loop where a glitched lettering subtly broaches the issue of the area of conflict between art, artist and collector.
Video-loop, Length: 2.30, 2013
String Anima is a mixed-reality-experimental-video. The artist and her virtual representation Pinkpink Sorbet read a smoking script out to eachother, which in an humorous way states that one does not need (to read) a script to make it function.
Machinima, Lenght: 2:55, 2015
Sound–Engineering: Gregor Streng
Short scrrencapture-cut about the Mixed reality performance in the frame of Futurefluxus at Donaufestival, Krems, 2011
Participating artists: Second Front e.g. Patrick Lichty, Bibbe Oh, Liz Solo and Lori Landay, Misprint Thursday, Pixel Sideways, Pinkpink Sorbet
Missing a kick | at the icebox door | It closed anyway
Haiku by Jack Kerouac
Missing a kick gets both worlds mixed by a real kick. The visitor´s operation as well as the operation´s effect becomes displaced in real time in a virtual world. The ultimate kick becomes virtualized by multiplying the physiological characteristics of a chair and its effect gets utopian. This kick visualizes the opportunity of the result of an action and inworld visitors will kick chairs themselves and all chairs will trigger other wrongdoings and misconducts in the virtual environment, an interactive illustration of the haiku qoted above.
Mixed Realiy Installation, 2010
Streamed projection, online Game-Engine, Wii-Remote, Chair
Wii-Remote/Second Life-Programming: Kyle Machulis
A video is screened inner a small space on all walls and things with special texture-settings. The sound is generated by The sound of ebay - a project by uebermorgen.com. Installed at Virtual Cyland/Second Life, 2009.
Antsy Chamber won the Anton Mesmer Honorable Mention Price at UWA in September 2010.