PlayfairRandomSpread

Playfair Random Spread – Is a typography experiment using the delicate path of Claus Eggers Sørensens typeface Playfair Display as a base for further random spread, resulting in an animation, drawn in a HTML5 element This program takes a single capital letter, in the given font, as an input. After analyzing the bounding box of […]

for(for(for(you)))

Site specific installation in Graz/Reininghaus (AT) in 2017. By Matthias Jäger and Bernhard Wolf. One frame of the javascript animation for(for(for(you))) was transformed into a mural. We were allowed to paint on the fascade of the Tennenmälzerei, a beautiful building in an abandoned development area in town. Many thanks to Asset One, ASVK and Bundesdenkmalamt […]

gravitizer

#Particles drop from the top of the screen and #bounce of invisible #flowfields. The traces create beautiful, almost “sketchlike” abstract graphics. Just hit a button and save your file. This is an interactive HTML5 Browserapp, that allows you to draw amazing graphs. Particles are dropped from the top of the screen and keep falling down […]

RLE – the run lenght encoding experiment

This is a piece on “Algorithmic Composition”. I deeply got in touch with the RLE – Run length encoding algorithm and could manage to do create a loose bunch of projects, all related to the algorithm. The work stands pretty much for itself, if you want to know more about it you could take a […]

Irrlichter

Irrlichter/Ghostlight is based on Will-o’-the-wisp which are soft and illusive light with no determinable source – often over bogs. A series of lamp is used with dmx controled light-dimmers – causing the light to flicker – the flickering again is recorded directly from the lamp and producing a soundscape around them. Kollaboration: Georg Kettele, Martin […]

Verstrickungen / Prepletanje

Performance and site specific installation in Gornja Radgona (SLO) / Bad Radkersburg (AT), by Matthias Jäger and Christoph-Matthias Kügler. Entwerfen Spezialisierter Themen 2008, Institute for Contempory Art, TU Graz. Thanks to Hans Kuppelwieser, Ruby Sircar and Nicole Pruckermayer. The project was an artistic confrontation with the “twin city” of Gornja Radgona / Bad Radkersburg and […]