• 07/11/2017 material-led workshop on «Techno-Catastrophes» at University of the Underground, Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam
  • 22/11/2017 Expierence-based workshop «Vague Space» at Jung von Matt Academy, Hamburg
  • 03-05/01/2018 Per-Forming Clouds Workshop at weissensee school of art and design berlin
  • 19-21/04/2018 Digital Fabrication "Chocolate Aided Design" seminar at CAS/MAS Designing Technology, ZHdK
  • 24-27/05/2018 Participatory Installation "Per-Forming Clouds: in search for the perfect cloud" at 3DaysofDesign, Design Museum Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 14/06/2018 Co-Facilitating "Clouds and Rocks: Imagining Alien Terrains" Workshop on Alien Matter Landscapes at ECAM/ Critical Media Lab, FHNW Basel
  • 03/07/2018 Lab of Narrative Materials @ KISDtalks Series
  • 27-31/08/2018 Fictional Materials at «material as experiment» participatory exhibition with weissensee school of art and design berlin, Bauhaus Dessau and materialarchiv.ch

NARRATIVE MATERIALS












  IT´S ALL JUST AIR...












  TERRANAUTICS












  PCLOUDS – NEBULA












  PER-FORMING CLOUDS












  MATERIAL AKTIV DENKEN












  DISASTER PLAYGROUND












  FICTIONAL MATERIALS












  METASOLID












  FUTURE OF CARBON












  CONDITIONING PATTERNS












  UNTER STROM












  DIGITAL TRACES

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PCLOUDS – NEBULA
TEMPORARY DESIRABLE SPACES

2016+

Commissioned by the museum for literature Strauhof Zurich in collaboration with Maike Thies, this exhibition built on the Per-Forming Clouds project to find new ways in an immersive story-telling. Fog was used to create a horizontal layer of mist to be manipulated through the visitors. Additionally fm transmitters and media stations helped to support the associative qualities of fog from a cultural perspective.

«Ein Weg ist ein Weg auch im Nebel.»

Frisch, Max (1981): Der Mensch erscheint im Holozän. Suhrkamp Verlag: Frankfurt am Main, S. 90.

STRANGE AND EXTRAORDINARY FOG

Extract of a letter from Kensington, in Connecticut.

«On the third instant, about sun-rise, at this place was a fog of so strange and extraordinary appearance, that it filled us all will amazement. It came in great bodies, like thick clouds, down to the earth, and in its way, striking against the houses, would break and fall down the sides in great bodies, rolling over and over. It resembled the sick steam rising from boiling wort, and was attended with such heat that we could hardly breathe. When first I saw it I really thought my house had been on fire, and ran out to see if it was so; but many people thought the world was on fire, and the last day come. One of our neighbours was then at Sutton, 100 miles to the eastward, and reports it was much the same there. (Annual Register, 1:90-91, 1758)»

Corliss, William R. (1977): Strange Fog. Strange and Extraordinary Fog. In: Handbook of Unusual Natural Phenomena. The Sourcebook Project, S. 328.

First tests: https://vimeo.com/235979074
Nebula Trailer: https://vimeo.com/184700541

Nebula Workshop: https://vimeo.com/184701688

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related literature:

Corliss, W. R. (1974) ‘Handbook of Unusual Weather Phenomena’