Bernd Lintermann, Jeffrey Shaw
This interactive 3D computer graphic installation provides an evolving and elucidating visualization of the polyphonic music of the enaissance. Custom software randomly selects from a vocabulary of architectonic forms that are added, removed and transfigured to create the art work’s dynamically developing visual compositions. With a choice of five conographic frameworks to select from, these metaphoric and synaesthetic structures reach out to engage the viewer as they unfold in a seemingly oganic manner.
Bernd Lintermann (DE) works as artist and scientist in the field of real time computer graphics with a strong focus on interactive and generative systems. The results of his research are applied in the scientific, creative and commercial context. He worked with internationally renowned artists, like Jeffrey Shaw, Bill Viola, Peter Weibel and the Wooster Group, and created works for various display environments like the CAVE TM, the EVE Dome and panoramic projection environments. He is presently engaged in the development of Augmented Reality for mobile end devices to provide access to digital contents in a public environment.