DREAMS OF MEGALOMMA was first performed in May 2013 at the Institute of Biology of the University of Leipzig, Germany ("Night of Museums Halle - Leipzig").
The live video animation of the performance was realized entirely with footage of microscopic species of worms – kindly made available by the Institute of Zoology of the University of Leipzig, Germany (many thanks to Dr. C. Helm and Dr. C. Bleidorn).
The live music of the performance was realized with a large mobile analog modular system by Doepfer.
This video is an abbreviated live demonstration of the performance which takes about 60 minutes usually. In this demonstration there is no overdubbing audio and no cuts or post production in video.
The sound & video performance can be also arranged as a self-running media installation.
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Goals in the Machine is a commissioned work of the city of Augsburg for the FIFA women's word cup 2011 in Germany. It was performed in June 2011 at the "Kulturstadion" in Augsburg.
The video footage I used for live animations and sound transformations was taken from the match Germany - North Korea.
For the musical event controlling I used my own software environment "Cynthia".
Sorry for bad quality - this is just a nonprofessional video tape recording.
STEELEVISION is an interactive audiovisual art installation by the German musician and media artist Christian Börsing.
It was presented at „Galerie im Stadtgarten“ Essen, Germany in october 2015.
The original video material, which is visually transformed by series of digital processes in real-time, contains impressions of different places in Steele (a district of Essen in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany). Projecting on a constructed model of the City Garden Building in Steele, the video footage obtains a three-dimensional depth by combining real and virtual rooms.
The sound and event synthesis is generated in real-time by a large Doepfer A-100 Analog Modular Sytem. It also controls time-, montage- and object structure of the visuals in correspondence with the acoustic events, which are textured by some concrete sound material of city ambience. The audience can influence the audiovisual structures by approaching an antenna (Theremin) and making short gestures in front of it.
M VISIONS is a music video and short film by the German composer and media artist Christian Börsing.
The movie was first shown at the Mozartfestival Augsburg 2006.
The video was produced in DV-PAL Standard Definition format.