Saturday, 8 May 2010




curated by Michele Drascek

Based on th
e principles of minimal music, AUDIOREACTIVE visualizes microtonal events such as frequency, duration, tone pitch and sound volume in 3-dimensional environments.

At first developed and designed independently, the 3d-setups reveal their connection to the sound through the animation in many different ways. The audio influences and controls variables such as position, size, color, light, texture or physical principles like gravity or magnetism.

AUDIOREACTIVE encompasses following pieces:

POLY:GON - sound: Tim Hecker

E-LINES - sound: DACM, Tim Hecker

MAGNETO - sound: Tim Hecker

SW - sound: Radiohead

CHENILLE - sound: Fennesz

"KIAKOSHI come alive" is a corporate film for the autumn/winter 09/10 collection of KIAKOSHI – a newcomer fashion label from Berlin with Japanese roots. Themed "come alive" five sleeping fashion ikebanas awake and enfold delicately their own worlds until they end up in an awake position. The film shows an intimate and emotional expression of the designers taste, one that explores the contradictions and dualities in vintage and modern fashion.

Jorinna Scherle is a motion designer and director from Berlin, Germany. Besides commercial design jobs, she tries to spend as much time as possible on creating digital art and design.

Starting in 2002 she has been attending the University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden for communications design and media informatics, where she studied everything from graphic design to photography, painting and programming. She graduated 2009 Magna Cum Laude.

Her films have been shown at festivals, galleries, magazines, TV programmes and blogs worldwide.


Center for Urban Culture

Ljubljana (Slovenia)

3rd video screen in upper lobby

during public events in the Katedrala hall