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 The installation merges audio and visuals into synchronous experience using technologies in a way they were not meant to be used. Although video projectors were used, the installation seeks to unmap the norms in audio visual presentations:​ the square form of the video projector is broken with lenses, Sound signals are used directly to draw the visuals, and in a chaotic feedback the video signals are used to generate the sounds as well.\\ The installation merges audio and visuals into synchronous experience using technologies in a way they were not meant to be used. Although video projectors were used, the installation seeks to unmap the norms in audio visual presentations:​ the square form of the video projector is broken with lenses, Sound signals are used directly to draw the visuals, and in a chaotic feedback the video signals are used to generate the sounds as well.\\
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 At the core of the light and sound installation “AI Fractals” there will be an artificial analog neural network as well as an analog neural computer. These are two hundred small PCB that are put together to a complex system. These boards will be in the center of the room on a glass plate (2x2m). The network will start to calculate in real time. Connected to the output of the system there will be one oscilloscope,​ a speaker membrane with liquids and some Raspberry Pi Cameras. These devices will visualize the calculated fractals and attractors by projecting the result with three projectors on the walls. Some glass mirrors attached to motors (controlled by the network) will move these projection all over the room. At the same time the network will be audible as well. A mixing desk with some active speaker are connected to some nodes of the network and to some neural oscillators.\\ At the core of the light and sound installation “AI Fractals” there will be an artificial analog neural network as well as an analog neural computer. These are two hundred small PCB that are put together to a complex system. These boards will be in the center of the room on a glass plate (2x2m). The network will start to calculate in real time. Connected to the output of the system there will be one oscilloscope,​ a speaker membrane with liquids and some Raspberry Pi Cameras. These devices will visualize the calculated fractals and attractors by projecting the result with three projectors on the walls. Some glass mirrors attached to motors (controlled by the network) will move these projection all over the room. At the same time the network will be audible as well. A mixing desk with some active speaker are connected to some nodes of the network and to some neural oscillators.\\
  
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Wolfgang Spahn is a visual & sound artist based in Berlin. His work includes interactive installations, performances of light & sound and miniature-slide-paintings. His art explores the field of analogue and digital media and focuses on both their contradiction and their correlation.



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