Interactive Artwall - Studiometis
TITLE: Interactive Artwall
Artist: Studiometis
MEDIUM: Mixed Media
STATUS: For more information see
YEAR: 2004

Project Information:
“For public spaces we created an interactive wall, a language between social spaces: couple, family, young, pensioner. The contents are digital: videos, animations, graffiti, texts, icons…

The interface is the mobile phone used for playing with contents and for sending contents like own pictures or texts. The user is a player involved in an artistic behaviour. He can use the wall as a VJ, choosing a DJ mix over his headphones connected to his mobile. The visuals are selected with the mobile over a database of animations, short videos, texts, icons, images, remixing them in real time. Other players are welcome to create a collective artwork. He can also use the wall like a graffiti sprayer, drawing, modifying, changing colours, size of pencils, adding visual effects. The next player can use the same surface or defining an own surface. Using the phone as a pointer he can select some options, customizing his digital spray. The artwork is visible for the public passing by. When the wall is not used, it shows the works of the day.”

“Im preparing a project metissage japan made out of a japan trip in 2002 its about interactive installations + performances + game + website with different devices like joystick and mobile phone”

ARTIST(S): S/N Coalition

S/N Coalition is an electronic art group, which works extensively with video, sound, animation, photography and locative media. Their exhibitions often include
performative elements and mediated footage, pushing both experimental and conceptual ideas around media. S/N members include Jennida Chase and Hassan Pitts who have been creating collaborative work together since 2008.

Project Information:
The Handy-Video remix collection is a new media project in which S/N Coalition remix the urban landscape of Berlin. The remixes are video/sound-hybrids, which visually feature street art and sonically feature various neighborhoods, transportation systems and markets. Over 150 remixes were installed back in to the cityscape via QR-Codes. The codes are accessible via internet enabled CCD devices (such as cell phones and mp3 players).

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