Through “Interaktive Architecktur” the tactile becomes visible, the visible becomes audible, and the audible may become visible. The artist, playing with these phenomena, invites us to “hear” the shifting light or “see” environmental sounds. Installations such as the Sound of Growing Grass and Surfaces of Variable suggest the interesting range of interactive architectures available to artists through the use of electronics.
- CHRISTIAN MOLLER, Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Studied architecture and visual arts; specialized in audiovisual architecture projects.