THU-SUN / 10:00-00:00
3rd Floor

WAVES is an interactive installation which invites the viewer to enter a spontaneous situation, experiencing it and becoming part of it at the same time. The title refers not only to the visible layer of the installation – the generative projection reminding the movement of sea waves, but primarily to all oscillating that travels through space- but also to the elementary phenomena of occurrence and alteration. The audience can influence the shape, frequency and density of the waves, while each wave origins from the conducted motions of the participant. Every time the interaction is unique and individual due to the newly configured digital data processed by special algorithms.

The installation WAVES is inspired by one of the most important happenings in Polish art, the “Panoramic Sea Happening” created by Tadeusz Kantor. The happening took place on the 23rd of August, 1967, on the beach of the Baltic Sea in Łazy, Poland.

The installation was exhibited so far at the 5th International Pure Data Convention PdCon16~ at the New York University in NYC, Urban Lab P5, Brema, Germany, Tehran Annual Digital Art Exhibition TADAEX in Tehran, Iran and Platan Gallery | Budapest, Hungary.

Elektro Moon Vision (PL/HU)

Elwira Wojtunik and Popesz Csaba Láng are an internationally recognised Polish-Hungarian multimedia artists duet,  known as Elektro Moon Vision, working at the intersection of creative computing, design and light-art, creating interactive multimedia installations, stage projections design, 3D video mappings and scenography projections for theatre and opera. In their works they use a variety of new media tools, often implementing their own codes, patches and mathematic algorithms. Their works were presented at significant international digital media art exhibitions and events around the world, including the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna, the New Media Art Biennale WRO 2011, 2015 in Wroclaw, Akarenga Soko Gallery in Yokohama, Japan, TADAEX in Tehran, in Iran, PdCon in NYC. In Krakow, where they live, their live visuals could be seen on the Unsound Festival in 2016. Re-Kreacja, an interactive mapping installation, is included in the collection of Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland. The experimental video NZ/X won the 1st prize and was published in the context of the Chopin Year competition by Warsaw Electronic Festival and the Zachęta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw. They are scholarship holders of the Artist-in-Residence program at MuseumsQuartier in Vienna (2010).

They are the founders of Share:Krakow, a unit of global organization dedicated to supporting collaboration and knowledge exchange in new media communities.
Since 2012 they are the curators of the International Digital Art Festival Patchlab in Krakow. They are also Members of AVnode network – an international network of artists and professionals organising festivals and/or working in the fields of audiovisual live performances.