For TodaysArt festival of 2018 Carolien teamed up with RNDR to create projections on De Volharding.
De Volharding Building (1927–28) is a design by Jan Buijs and is De Stijl or cubistic in conception, influenced also by Russian Constructivism and clad entirely in glass. It was "a city-scale luminescent sculpture", an internationally famous example of architecture of the night, "probably the most frequently cited example for the potential applications of a future 'light architecture' in 1920s Europe".
During TodaysArt the light panels on the facade where illuminated once again, this time by means of digital projections.
The light panels transformed from being carriers of data about the festival into individual organically moving color pixels.
The typographic animations which used the TodaysArt program as input, where generated by RNDR studio rndr.studio/
using their creative coding framework called openRNDR
Made possible by Asahi and Peter Zuiderwijk
Music: Christian Löffler - Pigment (Don't Say Edit)