We are glad to announce that the Polish New Media Art Exhibition "-BO-BO-" will be extended two weeks untill Dec 11th,2016,at 33 Space after discussion with Artist Paweł Janicki. Exhibition will be free to the public as usual. Welcome to visit us!
“-BO-BO-”is an International Cultural Communication Program at 33 Space and will hold two Polish art exhibitions in the coming months. The first one, Paweł Janicki New Media Exhibition, open on Nov.9th, and two art work pieces, “Aleatoric Ratations”、”Electricity”、and one previous art work documents “Videokiosk” will be presented. Through these works, Paweł will present an impression of contemporary art of Poland and provide an unique interactive experience of new media art to the Chinese audience through merging of vision, auditory, and new media.
Paweł Janicki was born in 1947, the hottest new media artist and electronic musician in Poland nowadays. He hosts the WRO and was one of the curators of WRO New Media Biennale as well. When he creates, he draws inspiration from the electronic and avant-garde electro-acoustic, and then translates them into experimental music in his own form, using algorithms and interactive systems, as well as installations and performances. His works engage in generative music and micro-sounds, but occasionally he takes the form of visual pieces (for instance, fractal animations).
During Janickis’s exhibitionin 33 Space, he will present us with two art work pieces: “Aleatoric Ratations”, shall locate in a semi dark room. When visitors moving in monitored space in front of the projection may individually or collectively experiment by modifying the percussion piece specially recorded for the installation with movement, mobile devices, or net work communication that is using specially developed online application. “Electricity” is another work piece locates in a semi dark room with sixteen identical sets consisting of a small table, achair, and a small lamp to each. By sitting on chairs, visitors can trigger sensors, form data on the sensors and to modulate generative sound track and lights(lamps and tables). Meanwhile, at the opposite side of the set, visitors can detect this state and react to it, by pressing buttons or using their mobile devices. So, by joining together two interaction models, visitors are able to produce complex audiovisual structures. “Videokiosk” is a work documents that will introduce previous works of Janicki’s.