Klaus Fruchtnis, Chair of Photography and Faculty of PCA's Masters in Transdisciplinary New Media presents his latest exhibit, Sensus Beta #1

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Sensus Beta #1 is the result of a public art commission created in 2012. The installation investigates how technology affects and guides our daily lives as well as our behavior in society. It reveals both functional and playful dimensions and allows the viewer to interact with code while questioning the relationship between reality and virtuality. Through the detection of movement by a kinect camera and decoding QR codes, the performance offers a unique experience, involving the public activating the piece themselves. Fruchtnis uses the entire 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights recorded in different languages in his codes. The recordings are activated by the public and played randomly by a computer.

You can’t be in France for the show? Click here for a sneak peek at the experiment.
For more info on Klaus Fruchtnis and see some of his other works, visit his website.

The exhibit will travel, following are the locations where you can be part of it:

Espace François- Mauriac, 51 Avenue du General Leclerc, 93270 Servan, France.
Sep 18th – 20th 2015
Centre Culture Joseph Kessel, 251 Boulevard Robert Ballanger, 93420 Villepinte, France.
Sept 23rd- Oct. 6th 2015
Tremblay – en – France Town Hall, 18 Boulevard de L’Hôtel de ville, 93290 Tremblay, France.
Oct. 13th – 17th 2015