Ein Video für www.DiePfalz.de
Film, Schnitt, Grading: Peter Kolski – www.bildpeter.de
Produktion: KGP Visuelle Kommunikation GmbH – ww.kgp.de
Musik: Kai Engel - Brooks
Using a Raspberry Pi with PiMapper
By Krisjanis Rijnieks
Join the Projection Mapping with Raspberry Pi for Kids workshops during the Festival of Lights Berlin! More info on the Facebook event page:
Ausgestrahlt im RBB am 23. Aug und 12.Sep
Darsteller*innen: Hauke Stiewe (rechts) und das Beni (links)
Film und Postproduktion - Peter Kolski
Musik - Vezdi (Friedrichstraße Resident)
Assistenz - Jana Kischkat
Drehbuch: Maximilian Feldmann
3D-Animation: Efim Mikhelenko
Bild und Maske: pdee
Übersetzung und Stimme: Genosse A*
Puppenspieler: Rico Lichtpirat
Recording and Edit - Peter A. Kolski
Lacuna Lab is a collaborative co-creation space in Berlin Kreuzberg. They mix logic and beauty to create interactive works, driven by imagination, playfulness, and experimentation. They love partnering with others on projects and collaborations, and sharing what they learn through public exhibitions, classes, and workshops.
Abe Pazos, Aurelia Friedland, Claudine Chen, Jemma Woolmore, Jeremias Volker, Marcel Schwittlick, Mei-Fang Liau, Nayeli Vega, Peter Kolski, Ramin Soleymani, Sarah Hermanutz, Sé Sneaky, Soma Holiday, Thomas Heidtmann
Guest Collaborators: Assi Pakkanen, Joa Ritter, Takuro Iwata
The Greenhouse is an immersive sensory environment, a temporary passage between rooms of the exhibition. This structure contains living and non-living matter – and things in between. The climate inside is regulated with humidifiers. Additional blacklights add an atmosphere of lush growth. It is an embodiment of Lacuna Lab itself and a collaboration between all of its members.
FIREFLIES - Abe Pazos, Mei-Fang Liau
Fireflies is a collaborative spatial sound experience. The participants use their mobile devices to virtually approach others in the same room, communicating through generative visuals and abstract sounds. The harmony or dissonance of the sound guides the participants in their social exploration, making them aware of how connected or individual they are.
TYCHO - Thomas Heidtmann, Soma Holiday, Jemma Woolmore
Tycho is an interactive object that mimics the shape and behaviour of the James Webb Space Telescope by capturing light with a sensor and transmitting its colour via LEDs to a mirrored hexagonal surface, where it modulates a projection sequence inspired by images of the birth and death of stars.
TENDRIL RECURSION - Sarah Hermanutz, Mei-Fang Liau, Assi Pakkanen, Peter Kolski, Ramin Soleymani
Inspired by time, growth and decay, this atmospheric performance connects contemporary dance with a live-generated musical score and projected visuals. Wearing a costume embedded with textile sensors, the dancer acts as conductor of the generative graphics and musical variations. This performance explores the human interconnection with nature and technology.
IN ALVEO - Sé Sneaky, Joa Ritter, Yoko Iki, Sarah Hermanutz
In Alveo is an exploration of the connection between mother and baby during a natural birth. You are with your baby for every movement (s)he has to make to navigate the birth canal. Through a multi-sensory interaction you use your own rhythms to support your baby.
ALTERNATIVE SOUNDTRACK - Claudine Chen, Abe Pazos, Sé Sneaky
Walk into the room. Check your phone messages. What was that sound? Was it you? Altsound takes a bird's eye view of this microcosm, and feeds you sounds as you navigate the space. Sounds from disparate sources come and go depending on the ebb and flow of you and those around you.
THE ORACLE - Marcel Schwittlick, Ramin Soleymani
Chat to the Oracle of Lacuna via this terminal, sent from the past, giving you access to the collective mind of Lacuna Lab. Pick the brain and heart of Lacuna by starting a sentence, the oracle will finish for you, revealing nothing but the truth.
VECTOR GRAPHICS ON A LASER - Marcel Swittlick
Abstract constellations of lines, manifesting themselves into structures of unsettling order. Experiments in algorithmic spacial compositions of movements.
SATURATED NO.1 - Aurelia Friedland, Takuro Iwata, Jeremias Volker
SATURATED No. 1 is the first in a series exploring data visualizations with color on a physical, human scale. As audiences enter and leave SPEKTRUM, a door counter sends saturated activity to an additive color display nearby.
THE PROCESS - Marcel Schwittlick
The Process is an object representing the past. It's an approach towards documentation of the for outsiders invisible process of founding of the Lacuna Lab community and working space. The box is filled with leftovers carefully collected from the floor of the Lacuna Lab over the period of the first 8 months of its existence.
The piece is a collaboration between Thomas Heidtmann, Soma Holiday & Jemma Woolmore started in 2016.
Filmed and edited by Peter Kolski (www.bildpeter.de)
Spektrum art | science | community, Berlin.
Simon-Dach-Str. 28, 10245 Berlin
Video made by Peter A. Kolski
╚══════╝....╚═════╝..╚═════╝ Electronic Chaos Oracle
The ECO (Electronic Chaos Oracle) gives you a glimpse into the media art world of the last centuries. Beware of references to artificial intelligence, media theory, digital culture, electronic art, cybernetics, real virtuality as well as virtual reality. If you need to learn more about historical as well as contemporary media art, ECO is your partner. If you want to chat about aspects of contemporary philosophy mixed with recent developments artificial intelligence, ECO will help you. And if you just need somebody or something to talk to, ECO will be by your side.
Marcel Schwittlick (www.mrzl.net) & Ramin Soleymani (diskordier.net)
For three days, Spektrum is overgrown by Lacuna Lab, a Berlin-centred collective of trans-disciplinary artists. For the collective's inaugural exhibition, spores of ideas waft across the canal from their studio on Paul-Lincke-Ufer, taking root as a multi-channel network of biology- and technology-based pieces. These objects and installations draw input from their surroundings in Spektrum, the audience, and one another, creating a playful environment of screens, textiles, lights, lasers, plants, water vapor, and interwoven generative sounds. Opening with a live-generated audio-visual-dance performance, this exhibition investigates collaboration, perception, growth and decay.
Focus in the video is the art piece, made that day by the following:
MD Kim (sound), Semra Sevrin (exhibition concept), Peter Kolski (visual & programming concept)
An interactive projection installation.
The majority of the protest, began to hollow at the protesters. Insults were screamed while a part of the crowd came came closer and closer feeling more secure to attack us.
Protest organized by Katrina Mitilenes and Peter Kolski. (Union Square, New York, April 2014).
Music: Tapete - Von Freiheit nicht genug
Filmed and edited by Peter Kolski (BildPeter)
www.BildPeter.de - Video
A movie by Peter A. Kolski
Recoding & Edit - www.BildPeter.de
RAW Tempel, Berlin-Friedrichshain
Programming, Mapping and VJ Show by the great Flimmerkiste
Party organized by H.O.M.E.
Music from the live mix of Miss Gosha (performed that night)
Fighting against the exploitation of the female body for the use in advertisement and in getting only attention. To raise awareness and promote these issues WomenSolidarity seeked publicity with a nude protest.
Nudity is empowering to the sovereignty that the female body and against its sexual objectification, because showing female breasts is not any different than men being topless.
Organized by Katrina Mitilenes and Peter Kolski. (Times Square, New York, April 2014).
www.BildPeter.de - Video
Film and effects live mixed and recorded by BildPeter.
Film shot with a DSLR. Mixing and visuals with quartz composer.
Life show is also supported by FlimmerKiste Visuals.
Spektrum Berlin - Art & Technology Venue
Designed and created at Lacuna Lab
Sarah Hermanutz (Sensor Dress) - http://sarahhermanutz.com
Mei-Fang Liau (Music) - https://soundcloud.com/floating-spectrum
Ramin Soleymani (Hardware Programming) - http://diskordier.net
Peter Kolski (Visuals, Programming & Video) - www.bildpeter.de
Live dance and music performance with projections generated via a neuro sensor
Der geteilte Himmel (The devided sky, 1963) tells about the struggle of a young women and her boyfriend, who leaves the east into west Berlin.
A montage by Peter A. Kolski (BildPeter)
Dedicated to Anne Witzel
Performend in Berlin.
Exhibited in the SVA, New York City.
Earth - Wind - Water - Fire
Artwork to symbolize the first of the four elements.
Berlin impressions and thoughts from 2002
Part of the exhibition "Alternative Räume" (alternative rooms) - 2002 organised and created by Karl Badde, Kai Müller und me.
This is one of my first digital montages. I didn't had digital video material myself, so remixed a experimental film of a friend of mine.
Original shots: Karl Badde
The idea of this composition is emergence of patterns. Ordered structures are introduced followed by a chaotic flow. As a third stage there is a slightly different chaotic flow, in which you can see moving and changing patterns.
- Chaos becomes order -
This little set is live rendered and recorded.
Programmed with Quartz Composer (see picture below).
Controlled by a midi controller.
Comments of what you like and what could be improved are appreciated!
Live VJ-Mix by BildPeter.
Live VJing means, that I didn't know the song and composed the story during music-play by mixing sequence choices.
Erprobung der Komposition auf Spielbarkeit nach sich dramaturgisch aufbauender Musik.
In this experimental Quartz Composition I visualized the interaction of a network.
In extended versions this style will be used as music companion in Clubs of Berlin, Germany.
Kraftwerk - Franz Schubert (1977)