You find yourself on an industrial desert looking at your digital shadow as a cloud of radio noise. When you jump the whole scene freezes and you can watch your freezed body gesture as a floating iron sculpture while the camera turns around you in 360 degrees.
The installation is based on Mihály Babits’ poem: The book of Jonas, which in this case is told by György Bánffy. In this audio-visual work that was commissioned by Trafó contemporary cultural center the position of balls determines the sounds and the projection. The X coordinates control the playback speed, while the Y coordinates control the filter cutoff. The background noises, them music and the generated animation are meant to enhance the poem’s atmosphere.
Slivid is a simple web application prototype that helps you sync and publish your slides along with your talk.
To keep things simple we don’t store any of your files but use your video on YouTube and your slides on SlideShare. Which things, if you enjoy sharing your talks, and we believe you do, upload anyhow.
Once done, come back to Slivid, and enjoy easy syncing and publishing of your talks.
This project is about looking at personal identity as a data source. The most obvious source of that is the clothes that we are wearing. The system is based on the color components of your clothes. The darker the clothes you are wearing the slower the melody is and the more colorful your clothes are the more complex the melody is. The system reads from bottom to top and determines these values once in every cycle while transforming your color components on the projected screen.
In front of the institute a lonely but very nice snowman will be waiting in the cold for children and adults, boys and girls, young and old visitors to hug him. The more hugging people he gets, the happier he becomes, and the facade of the building cheers up with light.
Kitchen Budapest and WAMP present the outcome of an open call launched for young Hungarian designers. The call invited to participate in a workshop and develop projects with tutors Anab Jain and Jon Arden designers and co-directors at Superflux, a design studio based in London, UK and Ahmedabad, India.
During SZOB|A|R|T, a German/Hungarian artist collaboration that took place in an abandoned building in the centre of Budapest, resident artist Loes Bogers organised a week of livecoding and dance improvisation jams. The idea behind these jams was to facilitate a place, the knowledge, equipment, skills and a creative atmosphere for dancers and coders to get together and create synergies in improvisation...
Chromosonia is an installation for the facade of the Ars Electronica Center. We provide the means for anyone with a portable music player to visualize the music they are currently listening to on the Ars Electronica facade featuring three levels of mapping: perceptual, informational and social.
Is it possible to draw a portrait of contemporary Hungary with only one pencil, hold by many? Could we map the country at all with its controversial optimism and pessimism, proud and poetry in one single book?
Fifty young visual authors were invited by Kitchen Budapest and Dutch designer Annelys de Vet to put their homeland in perspective.