reconfigure(d) – object 2
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reconfigure(d) – object 2

Sculpture made of spring steel wire and knitted wire, hidden Nitinol-mechanism, Arduino-microcontroller
The sculptures “reconfigure(d) – object 1 and 2” are part of a series of kinetic objects dealing with elusive states of consciousness and the translation of brain activity measurements into rhythms.
With this body of work I am studying the plasticity of human cognitive style in relation to artistic and scientific research practice, questioning the idea of predictability of human behavior.
The title reconfigure(d) refers to the process of remembering and learning and that we never reproduce a thought or pattern of thought the same way.
Special Thanks to Schmiede, Tinkerlab and Lukas Raschendorfer for technical consulting.

2014 Group Exhibition Klanghypothesen (Galerie Lehen/Salzburg)

2013 Group Exhibition Schmiede13 – Playground of Ideas (Alte Saline/Hallein/Austria)



Installation, Sculpture