1024 Architecture

1024 Architecture (FR)

1024 architecture is a creative studio founded in 2007 by Pier Schneider and François Wunschel. 
Breaking away from the notion of limits between disciplines, the studio focuses on spatial practices, digital technology, and visual effects to create unique artworks, installations, and performances. 1024 sees architecture and inhabited spaces as evolutive structures. The duo devises new and original experiences, accompanied by their associates and developers. Installations, stage design, visual arts, performances, and lighting structures are all ways of awakening our sensations, touching our bodies and memories.
 
“Sphere”, their latest A/V piece will premiere at MUTEK.AR 2018 and it focuses on the geometrical form, through the scales, from quantum energy, through micro biology and up to planetary scale. The story of a form, and its related symbolics. A generative journey from the early moments of the universe, to its final collapse.

MUTEK Buenos Aires 2018
MUTEK 2018, buenos-aires

Centro Cultural San Martín
14/09/2018

1024 architecture is a creative studio founded in 2007 by Pier Schneider and François Wunschel.
Breaking away from the notion of limits between disciplines, the studio focuses on spatial practices, digital technology, and visual effects to create unique artworks, installations, and performances. 1024 sees architecture and inhabited spaces as evolutive structures. The duo devises new and original experiences, accompanied by their associates and developers. Installations, stage design, visual arts, performances, and lighting structures are all ways of awakening our sensations, touching our bodies and memories.
 
“Sphere”, their latest A/V piece, will premiere at MUTEK.AR 2018 and focuses on the geometrical form, through the scales, from quantum energy, through micro biology and up to planetary scale. The story of a form, and its related symbolics. A generative journey from the early moments of the universe, to its final collapse.

A/Visions 4
MUTEK 2013, montreal

Monument-National
01/06/2013

The second part of audiovisual trilogy – Euphorie, Crise, Récession, Crise is live electronic theatre that confronts our global economic crisis with bright neons, lo-fi tools and household gadgets, and a sprawling cardboard scenery magnified via video mapping. The 1024 architecture collective stages playful urban interventions and ephemeral AV installations that survey the space between high and low-tech, sound and visuals, art and architecture. Among the collective’s most high-profile projects are, Étienne de Crécy’s kaleidoscopic Cube (as EXYZT), and Vitalic’s, VTLZR live show. In Crise, performers François Wunschel and Fernando Favier, play two newly jobless businessmen on the brink, whose toxic resentment of credit crunches and cracks in the system comes alive through the inspired interplay of light and sound projections. Making its North American premiere at MUTEK, Crise, modeled after TED’s motto of “ideas worth spreading,” chooses the apt, “FED – worst ideas spreading,” to sum up its apocalyptic microcosm.

 

 

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