Sonic Acts is a biannual festival at the intersection of arts, science, music & technology.
Rechnender Raum (2009) is a light-emitting geometrical sculpture made of sticks, wires and small pieces of lead that is simultaneously a fully functioning neural network. The functioning of the machine is completely transparent, but it carries out its computations only for itself, concealing the results.
Ralf Baecker (DE) builds kinetic installations and sculptures that deconstruct the fundamentals of symbolic processes.
This sculpture was part of the main Sonic Acts exhibition at Netherlands Media Art Institute (NIMk). Besides Baecker's work, works of HC Gilje, Carlo Bernardini, Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag, Yoko Semaya, Jacob Kirkegaard and others could be seen, heard and experienced.
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