warden sprites raum3, 2009-2010

Jan-peter e.r. Sonntag

warden sprites raum3, 2009-2010 ,
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Courtesy: Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag & N-solab
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warden sprites raum3, 2009-2010
Series of photos, an elf-receiver, 1 Mac mini with net-access, 1 ISOPHONE PLS 320 / 400, 1 radial high tone beamer with control unit developed by N-solab, 1 UV 350nm Spot with control unit developed by N-solab, fluorescent molecules

Courtesy: Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag & N-solab

The artist transforms atmospheric plasma live stream data into modulated air and electromagnetic UV-waves which flash as visible low-frequency red sprites under the ceiling of the black perception space. In the installation a standing pressure sinus wave is structuring the invisible Euclidian architecture with an amorphous field. A computer-system in the exhibition will dive through the aether space formed by Extremely Low Frequency (ELF)-data-streams. The received natural ELF-waves are pitched into the ultraviolet part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Through a specially developed tweeter beam the high tone sound wave is projected to the ceiling inside the black cube where it reflects as sound figures and low red electromagnetic waves (as “whistlers” and “cracklers”), sferics and red luminous flashes.
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    • animated
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      • mathematics
      • scientific images
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    • hardware
      • cameras
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