We chose to create a realtime 3D world based on panoramic photographs, that Markus Weisbeack, Professor for Visual Communication at Bauhaus-University Weimar and head of surfacegrafik.de had taken of the Erfurt cathedral. The software behind the performance was conceptualised, written and performed by Stefan Kraus in TouchDesigner and allowed the artists to manipulate procedural 3D objects, reflecting the surrounding architecture of the cathedral. A further element was inspired by Markus Heckmanns work on penrose patterns and transformed realtime feedback of the signal into dynamic ornamental compositions..
On the occasion of the Bauhaus anniversary, the organist and musicologist, Christoph Bossert, presented his views on the structure and mathematics of Bach's compositions in a lecture given in the Erfurt Cathedral. Markus Weisbeck invited MXZEHN to collaborate on the procedural visualisations, that framed the lecture.
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