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Ininvisible / Traces of Imaging Processes

Ininvisible
Ininvisible

Every Process, which creates an image, leaves its traces of production. Various disciplines of science call those Interferences or Noise. ININVISIBLE visualizes the traces of imaging processes by isolating them from all other information. Various Images evolved, which communicate nothing but their traces of production.
A new imaging process was designed to broach the issue of process from another point of view and to demonstrate the importance of traces of production: A plotting machine converted into a computer device capable to draw with various traditional analog techniques. This process represents images neither drawn by hand or computer

University

Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe

Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe, Germany

Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich, Ludger Pfanz, Tania Prill, Florian Pfeffer, Sven Voelker

Design

Sebastian Cremers

Sebastian Cremers
Zuerich, Switzerland