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'''If  human became machines than certainly machines became human!'''
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Mechanic Entities explore nature as their habitat. An observation of the performative behavior of mechanic devices in a surrounding called nature (or better: the opposite of their usual habitat). Offer them a stage for spiritual rituals. What happens when mechanic entities leave their normal habitat and are exposed to nature? What happens when they find themselves in places where humans celebrated their rituals before? How can these mechanic entities look like? How do they behave? Are they able to adapt?
  
Inspired by the phenomenon of the internethype and its wave-like existence which finds its birth in a small movement of a finger I developed a room-concept called CLICKBOX.
 
The CLIKBOX is able to make the current CLICKS of the worldwide-web visible. This allows the recipient to get involved into the pulsating heart of the virtual and abstract network. The pulse of the worldwide-web becomes visible and forms a tangible environment that reflects on the human and organic structures that  (maybe) lie beyond the virtual space.
 
  
For more details, click here -> [[http://www.uni-weimar.de/medien/wiki/File:KLICKBOX_PICS.pdf]]
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As one inspirational image I found a painting from Simon Stålenhag:[http://www.simonstalenhag.se/bilderbig/vagrant_pheasant_1920.jpg]

Revision as of 12:51, 2 November 2015

Mechanic Entities explore nature as their habitat. An observation of the performative behavior of mechanic devices in a surrounding called nature (or better: the opposite of their usual habitat). Offer them a stage for spiritual rituals. What happens when mechanic entities leave their normal habitat and are exposed to nature? What happens when they find themselves in places where humans celebrated their rituals before? How can these mechanic entities look like? How do they behave? Are they able to adapt?


As one inspirational image I found a painting from Simon Stålenhag:[1]