Linked

Innenarchitektur-Master „Kommunikation im Raum“ der Hochschule Mainz in Zusammenarbeit mit der Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt

The present is the past of the future. The light and sound installation "Linked" builds a bridge between the analogue and the virtual world. Individual and society face each other and communicate across spatial and temporal boundaries. The communication of these movements and networks generates energy, which becomes visually and acoustically tangible through "Linked".

The installation in the interior and exterior of the museum consists of two parts mirrored on a membrane: an open bar structure on the museum square and a closed structure in the museum foyer, where visitors can enter a virtual world with the aid of VR glasses. Networking and external control can thus be experienced reciprocally on different levels of perception.

On the museum square, visitors can activate the bar structure as a luminous network and use the resulting energy to playfully contact the person in the virtual world inside.

The student project as part of the Biennale "innenarchitektur offen 2020": 

Rupture

it drips

Harbor Thoughts

to bee or not...

Innenarchitektur-Master „Kommunikation im Raum“ der Hochschule Mainz in Zusammenarbeit mit der Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt

"Linked" is a project of the interior design master course "Communication in Space" of the University of Mainz under the direction of Prof. Klaus Teltenkötter, Prof. Holger Reckter and Prof. Wolf Gutjahr in cooperation with the composition class of the University of Music and Performing Arts Frankfurt, under the direction of Prof. Orm Finnendahl.


Linked

Lichtkunst Indoor

  • 12.–15.03.20, 19–23 Uhr
  • Historisches Museum Frankfurt, Saalhof 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

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