serial fishbag

Prints on acryl glass, 78cm/56cm

2013 Corinne Studer

 

serial fishbag no.3 to no. 1
serial fishbag no.3 to no.1, 2013 Corinne Studer

 

Serial fishbag consists of sequences of fishbag´s artistic live visualisation which was realised 2012 with real time data about the water quality from the austrian river Danube.

fishbag, Gallery Peithner-Lichtenfels Contemporary, 2012 Corinne Studer
fishbag, Gallery Peithner-Lichtenfels Contemporary, 2012 Corinne Studer

During the 3 exhibitions of the networked installation fishbag, the live generated visualisation was projected into a media sculpture.

 

Selection of the sequences

For each serial fishbag artwork two consecutive days of an exhibition month of fishbag are selected and represented as a distinct graphic arrangement: Taken from a replay of fishbag´s 24-hour live visualisation, stills are captured every 15 minute during 8 hours a day. Therefore one serial fishbag consists of 64 stills showing one night sequence and a twelve hours later starting day sequence.

 

serial fishbag no. 2, 2013 Corinne Studer
serial fishbag no. 2, 2013 Corinne Studer

 

Arrangement

The sills of the night sequence are set on black background. In contrast to them, the stills of the day sequence are slightly transparent and overlaying partially the night sequence. The grafic arrangement of stills supports a spacial impression, accentuates the temporal development of the fishbag´s visualisation and underlines the flowing and merging character of water.

serial fihsbag is printed on the rear side of transparent acryl glass and measures 78cm/56cm.

 

serial fishbag no.1 to no.3
serial fishbag no.1, no.3, no.2, 2013 Corinne Studer

 

serial fishbag no. 0 up to no. 5, series I

The first series comprises serial fishbag no. 0 up to no. 5, representing the first 6 month of fishbag´s exhibition as networked installation, media sculpture in 2012, at Gallery Bildetage, Vienna (AT), Gallery Peithner-Lichtenfels Contemporary, Vienna (AT) and at House of electronic Arts, Basel (CH).

 

media art by Corinne Studer