Posted on | July 28, 2014 | No Comments
In summer 2012 Sweza went to London to realize “City Reflections”, an interactive artwork reflecting the city it is moving through.
A modified compact van with three CCTV-Cameras installed on each side of the storage box (left, right and behind) is moving through London reflecting its sourounding on huge flatscreen tv sets inserted on each side of the van. The object is some kind of a Street View vehicle Google Maps used to collect images of urban spaces all around the globe.
“City Reflections” instead is reflecting the collected image immediately back versus the city it is moving in.
Posted on | January 12, 2013 | No Comments
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Posted on | July 9, 2012 | No Comments
i added i new page/section to the above navigation “VIDEO” here you will find all the Video documentations other people made about my work
Posted on | May 15, 2012 | 1 Comment
i just found this on the web. #iCollab12 made a nice video of using my QR Code at Paul Lincke Ufer to make a little time travel. It is my Graffyard 2.0 project by scanning the code you get a timeline of this spot starting 2010 … Thank you #iCollab12!
Posted on | April 15, 2012 | No Comments
QR CODE URBAN ART – THE LINK BETWEEN VIRTUAL AND URBAN SPACE
How do you build a time machine? How to save 10 exabytes on one DIN A4 sheet? Enter the Internet and exit on to the street ? Analog hacking?
Posted on | March 26, 2012 | No Comments
Posted on | March 9, 2012 | No Comments
finally i got my QRadio Tee ready! If you want to get your hands on one just drop me a line …
Posted on | December 1, 2011 | No Comments
Martin and Tom (thank you guys) did a nice little video on my work with QR-codes for Arte Creative there is a german and a french version (hope they put up an english version soon) …
Posted on | October 31, 2011 | No Comments
Sweza, Berlin 2011, surveillance camera, public screen, mirror
“Selbstbetrachtung” is an urban video hacking project using existing public infrastructure to create a Video. I try to give the surveillance camera a whole new view on the world, open new perspectives by giving it a vice versa view.
It is the surveillance of the surveillance.keep looking »