Laser Installation120 meters of thin fabric are suspended from the ceiling to form a curved curtain. Four lasers in the corners of the room project lines onto it. The curtain's shape has been calculated using the mathematical principle of spline interpolation. By tracing the surface with multiple moving laser beams, a complex geometric figure of intersecting planes emerges, built of light and fog. Movements are synchronised with sonic events. Sound and lasers are controlled in realtime by an algorithmic process, creating an infinite number of variations over the course of the exhibition period. More...
Laser InstallationCentred in the room is a ten meter wide cubic structure, suspended from the ceiling, consisting of 180 squares of fabric. The distribution of the squares has generated via a random algorithm. Lasers draw fluctuating shapes of light above the heads of the visitors, illuminating the structure and the walls behind it, floating through it like water. More...
for laser, fog and sound [site specific]
Image Processing & Video
Generative Sound Installation[Requests]
Site specific sound installation for the Great Water Reservoir, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin
Kinetic Audiovisual Laser Performance & Installation by Robert Henke and Christopher Bauder.
a collaborative installation project of Robert Henke and students at the the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University
several more installation-like pieces for the Berlin University of Arts WFS system. Created by Robert Henke and students of the Sound Studies class.[Requests]
Ultra high definition video and multichannel audio, collaborative work with Tarik Barri
sound design / engine for flight simulatorInstallation is running permanently at Lufthansa Brand Academy, Bad Seeheim.