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NAME: Rising Colorspace

AUTHOR: Sonice Development is a Berlin-based duo made of  Julian Adenauer and Michael Haas, specialized in drawing machines and interactive installations.

DESCRIPTION: Third installment of their ongoing colorspace series, Rising Colorspace also makes good use of Sonice Development’s drawing robots we featured a year ago. In this site-specific installation, the robot draws colorful lines as its moves up along a shiny metallic wall. No trace are left on its movements going downwards or any of its turns. The result has an almost organic feel. The colorful lines look like a tallgrass prairie being blown by the wind. As the color protocol changes every day, the colorscape constantly evolves. Rising Colorscape becomes a metaphor of the city of Berlin. The German capital has a long history, made of periods of euphoria as well as darker and tougher times. The upwards lines drawn by the robot represent these periods of euphoria while the more depressing times can only be perceived through their absence. Just as history keeps repeating itself, the robot keeps tracing its lines, only in a different color. The installation is currently on view at Metropol Park, in Berlin.

AMUSEMENT RATE: Another summer, another drawing machine by Sonice Development. The process might be the same but the goal is here sensibly different. The drawings are more structured and become part of an interesting story about the actual surroundings of the artwork, exactly what a good site-specific installation should be. The technology created by Sonice Development is now mature enough to become a part of the process and not its finality. The borders between digital and physical disappear to serve a bigger purpose, which is exactly what the creative duo was aiming for.

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By AMUSEMENT

 

sonice4 sonice3 sonice2 sonice1

NAME: Rising Colorspace

AUTHOR: Sonice Development is a Berlin-based duo made of  Julian Adenauer and Michael Haas, specialized in drawing machines and interactive installations.

DESCRIPTION: Third installment of their ongoing colorspace series, Rising Colorspace also makes good use of Sonice Development’s drawing robots we featured a year ago. In this site-specific installation, the robot draws colorful lines as its moves up along a shiny metallic wall. No trace are left on its movements going downwards or any of its turns. The result has an almost organic feel. The colorful lines look like a tallgrass prairie being blown by the wind. As the color protocol changes every day, the colorscape constantly evolves. Rising Colorscape becomes a metaphor of the city of Berlin. The German capital has a long history, made of periods of euphoria as well as darker and tougher times. The upwards lines drawn by the robot represent these periods of euphoria while the more depressing times can only be perceived through their absence. Just as history keeps repeating itself, the robot keeps tracing its lines, only in a different color. The installation is currently on view at Metropol Park, in Berlin.

AMUSEMENT RATE: Another summer, another drawing machine by Sonice Development. The process might be the same but the goal is here sensibly different. The drawings are more structured and become part of an interesting story about the actual surroundings of the artwork, exactly what a good site-specific installation should be. The technology created by Sonice Development is now mature enough to become a part of the process and not its finality. The borders between digital and physical disappear to serve a bigger purpose, which is exactly what the creative duo was aiming for.

Source: Creative Applications

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