Prof. Dennis P. Paul

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A history dreams

This is a movie work which records a performance, that is randomly picking up 8 various historical timelines ( top-left […]


Strange Recombinations

“When two seemingly disparate elements are imaginatively poised, put in apposition in new and unique ways, startling discoveries often result.” […]


Downstream

DOWNSTREAM is an interactive installation visualizing volumes of data emerging from browsing the internet. It creates an open wireless network […]


Timeline

This thesis has started as a part of Quantified Velodrome project, as an exploration of how technology and design can […]


Infinite Identities

Infinite Identities is dealing with the reproduction and creation of digital identities in an artistic and experimental way. How do […]


Graspable Noise

Graspable Noise is an installation that explores an experience of noise in signal processing by experimenting with the boundaries of […]


Normal Procedure

Normal Procedure is a web-based pseudo-game that roams in the bureaucratic realm. Its raison d’être is to narrate the cumbersome […]


Mony

Wir kaufen viel ein. 1,63 Billionen Euro gaben die Deutschen im Jahr 2015 für Konsumgüter aus. Tendenz steigend. Wäre es […]


Haptical Exploration

Einführung Fühlen als Metapher für Gefühle. Von unseren Gefühlen geleitet treffen wir Entscheidungen. Entscheidungen die unser Leben, unseren Weg beeinflussen. […]


Oh my (    )

“Oh my (  )” is an installation that calls god in 48 languages using Twitter database. The machine monitors Twitter […]


Timely Matter

The project Timely Matter is inspired by theoretical and philosophical research into how our perception of time is affected by modern technology. A focal point of the research was the experience of time and the present moment.


Staging Absence

Absence, as such, implies that there has previously been something there or could be there. It leaves the space for […]


Anima

The installation Anima simulates my recorded heartbeats with glasses of water using digital devices. A series of recorded heartbeats are […]


Candy Cloud

“Keeping the spirit of childhood alive in your life means maintaining a curiosity for knowledge, the joy of understanding, one’s […]