A noise and projection performance about random, chaos and order by Wolfgang Spahn.
Both, sound and projection are based on different analogue and digital machines developed by the artist. Each system generates simultaneously structured noise and abstract light pattern.
The invention of moving pictures went along with an artificial separation of sound and visuals that is still visible today in the different codec's that are used for image and sound. The performance ENTROPIE consciously merges them by creating an audio-visual presentation of the electromagnetic-fields of coils and motors. Thus, the data stream of a digital projector becomes hearable.
All hard- and software has been developed by the artist as an open hard- and software system ( www.dernulleffekt.de ).
ENTROPIE was shown at "Bruch Stucke II" Theater im Palais, Berlin, "Kyoto Protokol" NK-Projects Berlin, "Sonica" Ljubljana Slovenia (2015), "T2F" Karachi, Pakistan (2016), Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore India (2016).
Article: Kontrollierte Entropie von Ulf Schleth

Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore India (2016), The Indian Sonic Research Organisation