Ksawery Komputery (PL) → FLUX 2023

19:00 - 24:00
  • Karlín/Holešovice
  • Interactive installation

About project

Today’s technologies are pushing the boundaries of how people can communicate with each other. Meeting friends through webcams feels almost like sitting in the same room. The signal that brings us to this virtual table and the immense amount of data transmitted through space are almost imperceptible. The FLUX installation makes the most of digital interaction technology. Ksawery Komputery have built their own software and hardware system for it. It can thus exploit the highest potential of programmable LEDs on a generous scale. The entire program is code-driven and synchronized with surround sound. The vertical cylindrical shape of the object, four high-speed cameras and an eight-channel sound system produce a powerful immersive experience that reveals the hidden algorithms that shape our online encounters at the speed of light.

As described by ChatGPT

FLUX 2023 is a triumph of artistry and technology—a testament to our capacity to merge the physical and the digital, transcend boundaries, and illuminate the world in ways previously unimagined. It’s a reminder that, in a world moving at the speed of light, the power of human creativity remains limitless.

About artist

Ksawery Kirklewski is an artist, creative coder, graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk and founder of the Ksawery Komputery project. He is the author of interactive installations, generative animations, music videos, phygital sculptures that combine online (digital) and offline (physical) experience, and realizations in public space. His work uses the latest technologies, programming, advertising and television techniques, and focuses mainly on generative art and net art. His interactive light installation FLUX was presented, among others, at Miami Art Week, and his series of phygital sculptures CTRL_DAT was exhibited at Kate Vass Galerie in Zurich.

Supported by

  • Supported by

    National Heritage Institute

  • Supported by

    Polish Institute Prague