1. studioroosegaarde.net - Interview with artist Daan Roosegaarde about his interactive landscape Dune and future concepts at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow.

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  2. studioroosegaarde.net - The interactive artwork 'Lunar' by Studio Roosegaarde features a series of interactive light objects placed at the Youth division of Mental Health Care GGz in Breda, the Netherlands. The objects are designed to ‘come to life’ upon detection of children’s touch.

    By intervening with the existing architecture, 'Lunar' creates an informal play between children, their therapy and the building.

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  3. University of Kentucky College of Design Fall 2009 Lecture

    Daan Roosegaarde is a young artist working in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts AKI in Enschede, and at the Berlage Institute, a postgraduate laboratory of architecture in Rotterdam. Roosegaarde's work explores the dynamic relation between architecture, humans, and new media. His sculptures reflect collisions of technology with the human body. In this interactive relationship, the sculptures create situations where visitors and (public) spaces become one. His interactive projects are internationally exhibited at V2_, Netherlands Media Art Institute Montevideo, Tate Modern London, YCAM Japan, National Art Center Tokyo and Venice Biennale 2009. Currently Daan is the creative director of Studio Roosegaarde, an independent artistic laboratory.

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  4. studioroosegaarde.net
    Dune is the interactive landscape of light by Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde. This hybrid of nature and technology is composed of large amounts of fibers that brighten according to the sounds and motion of passing visitors. Filled with hundreds of interactive lights and sounds, Dune investigates nature in a futuristic relation with urban space. This video show people playing with our new cricket sounds and lights in Denmark.

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  5. Short movie about interactive landscape 'Dune' in Moscow. studioroosegaarde.net

    Exhibition: "Decode: Digital Design Sensations"
    February 11 - April 1, 2011

    Digital technologies are providing new tools for artists and designers, some works exist in a state of perpetual evolution; others are altered by the behaviour of the spectator. Artists at Decode therefore blur the boundaries between practices, between programming and performance, creator and participant.

    Decode looks at three current themes, Code shows how computer code - whether bespoke and tailored, or hacked and shared – has become a new design tool. Interactivity presents works that respond to our physical presence. Network charts or reworks the traces we leave behind.

    Code will present pieces that use computer code to create new designs in the same way a sculptor works with materials such as clay or wood. This section will look at how code can be programmed to create constantly fluid and ever changing objects and includes the enigmatic environment of growing digital discs by Casey Reas and Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s boxes of kissing couples who start waves of ‘making out’ when visitors pass-by.

    The second theme, Interactivity, will look at designs where the viewer directly influences the work. Works include Daan Roosegaarde’s interactive landscape Dune and Ross Philips Videogrid which creates a compelling visual of syncopating facial expressions and body movements by visitors for visitors.

    The final theme, Network, will focus on works that comment on and utilise the digital traces left behind by everyday communications, from blogs in social media communities to mobile communications or satellite tracked GPS systems. This section explores how advanced technologies and the internet have enabled new types of social interaction and media for self expression. Designers reinterpret this information to create works that translate data into striking forms. These range from live, real-time visualisations of flight patterns by Aaron Koblin to a data mining project by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kemvar. Their project We Feel Fine extracts comments by bloggers from all over the world on how they are feeling and represents the information as colourful, floating spheres.

    Supported by MTS.

    The exhibition Decode: Digital Design Sensations was organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London in collaboration with onedotzero


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