INTANGIBLE COORDINATES / PROCESSING MOVEMENT

INTANGIBLE COORDINATES / PROCESSING MOVEMENT [01]
ABS 3D print, 3D scan, Raspberry Pi
15x15 cm / Video: 4:3, color, 06:17 Min., 2016
(3D Modeling: Ricardo Almeida Roque)


INTANGIBLE COORDINATES / PROCESSING MOVEMENT [02]
UV-print on silk, 3D scan, aluminium, Raspberry Pi
250x150 cm / Video: 4:3, color, 07:29 Min., 2016


INTANGIBLE COORDINATES / PROCESSING MOVEMENT [03]
Digital print on vinyl, 3D scan, digital print on transparent foil,foam,Raspberry Pi
Dimensions variable approx. 220x61cm / Video: 4:3, color, 08:23 Min., 2016



INTANGIBLE COORDINATES / PROCESSING MOVEMENT [04]
Digital print on transparent foil, 3D scan, masking tape
83x42 cm, 2016

   
INTANGIBLE COORDINATES / PROCESSING MOVEMENT [05]
4 mirrors placed in public space
10x10 cm, 2016

38° 43‘ 0,948“ N / 9° 8‘ 55,71“ W
38° 43‘ 2,688“ N / 9° 8‘ 35,34“ W
38° 42‘ 29,13“ N / 9° 8‘ 14,47“ W
38° 42‘ 19,65“ N / 9° 8‘ 52,08“ W

Dimensions of the total installation variable to the size of the space



A remote site.
Defined through topographic coordinates -
dislocated, uninhabited, intangible.


A successive approximation.
Using satellite-data, creating digital portraits.
Generated by digitalised maps and their algorithms - virtuality as prosthetics.
A digital replacement.


Merging realities.
The transformation of dimensions.
Reproducing digital/real movement.


The virtual space as prosthetics for accessing the site.
Transferring information - capturing movement.
Self-tracking.
The virtual movement of a body.
Archiving movement and space.


A manifested body on site.










































Last four pictures by Joana Soda.




EXHIBITED @ VOYAGE // #01 RUA DOM PEDRO V / LISBOA (PT), LISBON (PT)
with DANIELA GRABOSCH / KATHARINA AIGNER / MEGGY RUSTAMOVA / NICOLE ZIEGLER