Glyph is a projection sculpture with references to ritual monuments such as obelisks or stelas. It deals with cyclic change and constantly regenerates itself. An alphabet based on fundamental geometric shapes (rectangle, circle and triangle) acts as an communication device as well as a pure aesthetic element. All texts displayed are permanently evolving and restructured based on linguistic rules. The installation runs in realtime - the video (scroll down) shows a random segment recorded at schmiede 2011.
taken at Schmiede Hallein
The basic shapes form circular arrangements during their idle phase
geometric, generative alphabet based on basic shapes
The basic shapes arranged as a text and dissolved into form
Installation View @ Schmiede Hallein, photo by David Fisslthaler