Expanding Systems

„Day25“ is an audiovisual remix of the „Prelude in C“ (BWV 846) by Johann Sebastian Bach. All scenes have been generated with software-algorithms, based on the raw musical data. The result is an abstract video-collage in black and white, reacting to the soundtrack that has been produced specifically for this work. Artificial dust particles and flickering scene-transitions deliberately reference early film experiments by Hans Richter.

The video is my contribution to the "Expanding Systems"-exhibition at the APT-Gallery in London, which has been curated by Brigitte Parusel. It showcases artworks by Casey Reas, Patrik Hübner, Francesca Franco, Fiona Grady, Hanz Hancock, Michael Iveson, Patrick Morrissey, Goia Mujalli, Charley Peters and Students from Goldsmiths University of London MA Computational Arts.

Expanding Systems 26 January to 18 February 2018 APT Gallery London

More projects

La Luz Negra
The Bach-Project
Reflect
Crazy Cool Developers
The Grid
Grid Systems
Tonboutique Designer
UrbanAfrica
Expanding Systems
Ars Multiplicata
Redrawing Images
Festival Aural
Flow
Mockups
Tonboutique Records
INGE

Tim Roden­bröker is driven by the elemen­tary con­cepts of graphic design, creativity- tech­niques and the poten­tial of computer-programming. After studying communi­cation design in Münster and Lisbon he dis­covered creative coding as a power­ful tool to enter new, unex­plored terri­tories. Beyond syntax, func­tions and variables he conti­nues to dis­cover infi­nite possible app­lications.

Selected lectures

TEDx Paderborn
Münster School of Design
GUDialog

Selected clients and partners

TwoPoints.Net
Onformative
Selam X
TUSH Magazine
Studio von Monkiewitsch
Festival Aural
RUDERERNETZ
CCCB Barcelona

Featured on

slanted.de
Gestalten.com
brutalistwebsites.com
Design Made In Germany

Selected exhibitions

Elephant Room Gallery Chicago
APT Gallery London
PSD-Medienfassade
Platine Festival Cologne

Feel free to get in touch!
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