‘instant city’ is an interactive art installation by the artists Sibylle Hauert and Daniel Reichmuth. Its sound and lighting reacts on visitors’ interactions and functions as a parlour game, a computer game, a building set, an illuminant, a music instrument. iart was responsible for the sensor technology. Read More
Within a draft design iart conceived a media concept for the shopping and adventure centre ‘Ebisquare’ where the visitors’ were supposed to experience the diversity, beauty and exotic of Switzerland.
In cooperation with Tweaklab AG, iart developed the interactive control system of the multi channel video installation ‘Alfresco’ for the Museum für Gestaltung Basel (Museum of Design). Read More
iart was responsible for the technical planning and realization of the multiscreen video stage setting ‘in vain’ by the artist Olaf Nicolai at the Theatre Basel. Read More
For the exhibition ‘10 + 5 = Gott’ at the Jewish Museum in Berlin iart, in cooperation with d-case Zurich, developed the concept for the exhibition media.
For two tower blocks of the Christoph Merian Stiftung iart realized a light installation. The windows of the top floors were illuminated with coloured lighting from behind, which resulted in on coloured stripe each. Depending on the season and the internet activity of the people in Basel the colour changed.
On the occasion of the Swiss National Exhibition Expo.02, iart, in cooperation with the group ‘Panorama2000’, realised the panorama ‘Switzerland Version 2.1′ in Jean Nouvel’s Cube: a 360° projection that was 23 meters wide and 7 meters high, it presented high density digital images in real time.
(to see one self in the dark)
Supportet by digital video technology, viewers can expierence the world of blind people themselves.
LIKLAK was an illuminated cube by Claude Hidber which could be used as information carrier. By sending a short message from a mobile phone the ticker of the cube was activated. Read More