MONIKA FLEISHMANN,
WOLFGANG STRAUSS,
CHRISTIAN A. BOHN

http://www.sva.psu.edu/performativesites/artists/monikafleischmann.html
http://prixars.aec.at/history/kunstler/mstrauss.html
http://dblp.uni-trier.de/db/indices/a-tree/b/Bohn@Christian=A=.html

 

 
   
1991, Liquid Views-Rigid Waves
   
   
   

1991, Liquid Views-Rigid Waves

For the viewer of this installation, the surface of the computer screen becomes a sensitive reflection: with an effect that evokes the surface of water disturbed the ripples set off by trailing finger.


Home of the brain

Even if all computer images are virtual ones or images emerging from the virtual world, only a few of them use real-time interactive devices. In Monika Fleischmann’s work, Home of the Brain, the public is invited to move, in real time, through the house of four philosophers: Vilém Flusser — a red pyramid, symbolising fire and adventure —, Paul Virilio — a yellow sphere, symbolising air and catastrophe —, Joseph Weizenbaum — a green cube, symbolising the earth and hope — and, finally, Marvin Minsky — a blue hexahedron, symbolising water and utopia.