Since the iPhone's 5th anniversary, I publish the activities on my iPhone as live stream during the second one-year performance. Calls, messages, mails, all welcome!
Seminar at Merz Akademie about the Uncanny Valley of User Interface Design. Projects between abstraction and realism, symbols and images.
In my recent seminar at BTK, students made arty apps—ones that most likely would not be approved by Apple. We therefor opened Another App Store.
Home is where one's heart is—with a solid door, curtains and shuttered windows. My new construction of the Home icon from OS X awaits its inhabitants.
The return of the Aqua series after a long time: a portrait of Steve Jobs emerging from all possible window control bubbles the OS X interface has to offer.
The long-awaited update of Schiller's famous piece. Freedom is timeless and so is playful insurrection.
Grab your iPhone and play along at Ars Electronica.
Spontaneous opening of an Apple-like bookstore at a local Ikea mall (Tempelhof). We used the books from there, the iPad we made from cardboard.
Steve Jobs offered iPad users “freedom from porn.” And yet the iPads' measures offer an unprecedented porn experience. Ad-busting from Berlin Mitte.
The world's first graphical user interface art contest ever! Readers of Maclife magazine were asked to produce Interface Art out of OS X GUI elements.
I printed the iPhoto and iMovie icon from OS X on canvas, packed them in foley and tried to sell them without being recognized as Apple for 5 € each.
Made of the animation when a program is deleted from the dock of OS X. A very glossy and big print on plastic. Quoting Cory's work with all due respect.
The very last boiling up of Aqua took place at Galerie 35 in Berlin. The long running series of prints evaporated into Aero and is since then gone forever.
Even more water and drops. Almost floating out of the print. As all Aqua II, this diptych was shown at great ABC Gallery at Art Strelka in Moscow, too.
Imagery inspired by the Nature screensaver. Even though water in combination with electrified technology is dangerous, it is all over the operating system.
Seeing true colors and yet color blind? Test your eye-sight with another print on perspex from the Aqua series. Also made of OS X interface elements only.
If I could take the scrollbars out of OS X, I think they would be blue light sabers. The force is with this big perspex print—if dark or light side is uncertain.
A series of prints on perspex with about a flooding kitchen. The prints consisted of interface elements like scrollbars from OS X and were shown at EMAF.