Visitor Research at Northernlight
Carolien Teunisse & Bram Snijders
Carolien Teunisse and Bram Snijders talk about RE:, an ultraminimal installation that takes full advantage of the characteristics of projection mapping. Images beamed from a projector fixed in midair are reflected off three mirrors and projected back onto their source, as a result which the surface of the projector appears to liquefy, undulate, and whirl.
Yuri Suzuki talks about Breakfast Machine, a Rube Goldberg contraption that was built in collaboration with visitors of an exhibition at Platform21. At the end of a week of participatory creation the machine served breakfast – consisting of coffee, omelet and toast with jam – to the public.
Rainer Kohlberger is an independent visual artist based in Berlin. The concept and installation design for theTHESEUS Innovation Center Internet of Things was done in collaboration with Thomas Schrott and is the basis for the visual identity of the technology platform. The installation connects and visually creates hierarchy between knowledge, products and services with a combination […]
Lotte Meijer talks about Smarthistory, an online art history resource. It aims to be an addition to, or even replacement of, traditional text books through the use of different media to discuss hundreds of Western art pieces from antiquity to the current day. Different browsing styles are supported by a number of navigation systems. Art works […]
Landscape architect Ronald Rietveld talks about Vacant NL. The installation challenges the Dutch government to use the enormous potential of inspiring, unused buildings from the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st century for creative entrepreneurship and innovation. The Dutch government wants to be in the top 5 of world knowledge economies by the end of 2020. […]
Independent designer Lucy McRae lives and works in Amsterdam, where she explores the overlapping areas of fashion, technology and the human body; the latter being an enduring fascination caused by her education as a classical ballerina. She works alone, and as part of the Lucy and Bart collective. Lucy will talk about her recent research into low-tech […]
In his presentation, panorama photographer Aldo Hoeben will provide us with a look behind the scenes of his Trompe l’Oeil installation. This 180-degrees panoramic projection in the entrance of the Willibrord church, a block from Theater Kikker, is the first finished project in the Trajectum Lumen program, which in the coming six months will become a […]