Biointegrierte Materialien, Artefakte und Prozesse
David Hahlbrock, Georg Trogemann
Picture: Growing Willow Cathedral, built by Sir James Hall in his garden (1794). Artist: Alexander Carse
The research project «Bio-integrating Material Development» is dedicated to the development of new functional materials for urban construction, architecture, product design and agriculture. Trough the combination of traditional materials und digital construction and processing methods with organisms, organic processes and especially biological growth we intend to investigate sustainable materials, different material processes and alternative forms of poiesis. (pdf)
Material is the foundation of every artistic work, as a carrier, as media, and to stress or emphasize aesthetics and functionality.
SECOND PART 30.11. ZUCKEN II (twitching II)
PROGRAMMING FROM SCRATCH begins at 11:00
After the first presentation during our “Rundgang 2014″ at Lab3 Damian Weber shows his work okkupiert in a form of series in several venues and festivals.
Award for his work “Musik PC”
Overview of this semester with Zyklotron…
Sebastian Jazura and Keiko Takahashi show their works at Lab30, Augsburg.
Grand opening of the Exhibition in Berlin about the construction and deconstruction of reality in the arts
Some photos of the works presented at the “Rundgang” in July 2014.
Magnetkugeln geraten durch die Verschiebung von Magnetfeldern unterhalb einer Platte in Bewegung. Auf der Oberseite entstehen Muster und Formen aus der Anordnung der 700 Edelstahlkugeln, die sich stetig verändern.
Works and experiments created at