Paweł Janicki (PL)

Wrocław - November 23, 2012

All of the exhibited projects are based on text, starts with text and develops into different visual forms. The work […]

All of the exhibited projects are based on text, starts with text and develops into different visual forms. The work Endless Blue (2012), based on a poem written by Captain Cur, a 17th century sailor, is originally created as an application for mobile devices and an attempt to transfer a poetic form onto modern technology. With Garden Mechanique (2011)he created on the basis of this poem, written by Tytus Czyżewski (1922) an interactive installation, that contains a movement tracking system that makes it possible to animate such forms including introducing elements of computer games to this work. World Net Instrument  is a large-scale interactive installation using language structures as a base for the musical and visual compositions. The fourth project Net Eater (2009) goes forward. It is a series of interactive, generative environments based on data captured from communication traffic and transforms it into a variety of audiovisual forms.For the work dan Synth (2012) is a software written which generates visualizations based on the genetic code of different creatures. This early version of the written software encodes for example the DNA structure into sequences of 4 letters.

 

Digital, linguistic analysis of a spoken language leads to different, interesting conclusions.

 

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