Prof. Dennis P. Paul

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Unwrap

Unwrap is a device that lets others see which app you are currently using on your phone. The use of […]


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.