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  1. 'Meet Your Creator' performance in Cannes, June 2012.
    memo.tv/meet-your-creator/

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  2. The installation “Mirage” uses principles from optics (astronomy/telescopes) and artificial neural network research to form a projection apparatus. Mirage generates a synthesised landscape based on its perception through a fluxgate magnetometer (Förster Sonde). A fluxgate magnetometer registers the magnetic field of the earth which is dependent on the suns activity and feeds it into a unsupervised learning algorithm for analyzation. At the same time the algorithm, that is based on the principle of a helmholz machine, “hallucinates” variations of the previously analyzed signal.
    This variations are translated into a two dimensional matrix that physically transforms a thin mirror sheet by 48 muscle wire actors. The surface of the mirror sheet changes analog to the systems state. A thin laser line is directed on the mirror surface in a acute angle to generate a depth landscape like projection on the wall. Through the constant shifting signals the projection resembles a subliminal wandering through a landscape.
    In 2013 Geoff Hinton, one of the leading researchers in the area of artificial neural networks and deep learning, joined Google to support them on various products that use AI and learning algorithms. He introduced back-propagation algorithms for training muli-layerd neural networks. One of his contributions to the field of unsupervised learing algorithms is the so called “Helmholtz Machine”, a machine which uses the principle of a wake-sleep-algorithm to consolidate its neural network. The alogrithm is trained during the wake phase by sensory input. In the sleep-phase it cuts-off its sensory input and feeds the network backwards with random patterns. On its input layer it generates versions of is previously perceived images of the world.
    I am speculating that the computers in the enormous Google data-centers cut off their perception (search queries, user behaviour, speech regognition, image data) once a day and start to “sleep”. What do their “dreams” look like?

    Ralf Baecker, 2014
    rlfbckr.org/mirage

    Produced by LEAP Gallery, Berlin
    leapknecht.de

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  3. MUMSFILIBABBA
    Swedish term for: "Food that is really tasty"
    Designed and animation by bbvandals.com
    Sound: Friend (Lover) by Evenings
    2014

    Behance presentation: bit.ly/1yQyvHS

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  4. For the upcoming independent short "SIMIAN", a large amount of UI and HUD components were constructed to help drive the narrative and to create the appropriate atmosphere for the main character.

    For a more detailed breakdown check out bytheodore.com/projects/simian-ui

    Music by soundcloud.com/treasurefingers/

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  5. Projectors (2014)

    Martin Messier's Projectors is a surgical work of art in which he orchestrates the engineering, manipulation and distortion of 8mm projectors under the lights of a digital projector. Through a tight stage lighting and the resynthesis of the 8mm projectors’ quasi-mythical roar, the machines come alive outside of the projection room and turn into bizarre and explosive noise mechanisms. All at once offbeat, unfamiliar and marvelously incongruous, this performance leads the public to a timeless universe, somewhere between dialogue, confrontation and technological contrast. Here, the projectors do not project: Everything but discrete, they take action and become the performance itself – loud and luminous.

    Credits
    Martin Messier : Artistic Directors, Performance, Video, Light, Music
    Technical Directors : Maxime Bouchard
    electronics : Jean-FranÇois Piché, Maxime Bouchard
    Technical Design: Thomas Payette
    Photo credit : Maxime Bouchard
    Production : 14 lieux

    Agent
    La chasse galerie, Marc Langlois
    mlanglois.mtl@gmail.com

    Aknowledgements: Perte de signal
    Thanks to the Canada Council for the Art for their support

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