Nicole Zaugg, student at the Style & Design department of Zurich University of the Arts, ZHdK, wanted a “Moonomat.” In other words, a photo booth in which one can take snapshots of one’s behind. With a bit of code, a button and a printer a Moonomat came into being. – For those who are still confused, mooning means “to shine ones behind in public.”
Tobias Gsell asked for support to revive his piece “Chameleon” after it got destroyed by a fire incident. We repatched the programming and made the technological workflow slicker. It’s been funny getting a grip on the LED controller that’s being used for the Xmas light installation at the Bahnofstrasse Zurich.
Exhibited 25.11.2005 – 26.03.2006, Orstmuseum Zollikon
In autumn 2005 I had the chance to support Marco Poloni constructing his installation “The Desert Room.” The missing bits were a hardware interface for his beautifully crafted camera panning machinery. As well as a software interface that processes video streams in realtime.