[November 10th 2005]
A suite of works by Stanza (UK) projected onto a sculpture by Danish sculptor Anders Bundgaard.
Digital Art in a Limestone Mine.
Photos from the MINE festival.
The new Danish digital art festival, MINE took place November 5-6, 2005. The project grew out of a cooperation between Aalborg University, the municipality of Stoevring, AM Production, AV Center-Aalborg and Stoevring Hoejskole. These participants form the digital art forum 'one/o' (www.oneo.dk). Thomas Petersen of Artificial assisted in the curating process.
The exhibition mainly took place in the Thingbaek limestone mines (Thingbaek kalkminer). The participating artists were a mix of local artists from the area, other Danish as well as international artists working with digital art. Here are some pictures from the event. Photos: Thomas Petersen
Marius Watz (Norway) exhibited the generative piece System_C.
Amanita Design (Czech Republic) showed the new game Samorost 2. www.amanitadesign.com.
Mads Høbye, Thor Lentz and Aasmund Boye Kverneland (Denmark) showed the interactive singing plants: Jordnaer. http://flex.menneske.dk/FlexIt.
Excite (Denmark): One/o Dem/o featured an interactive installation with a screaming man in a small room.
Thomas Petersen (Denmark) showed a generative piece controlled by a touch screen: Trace II. www.crossover.dk/trace2.
Bruno Kjaer and Nils Sloth (Denmark) exhibited the video installation Playtime.
Ole Kristensen showed projection piece: Light Moves. http://ole.kristensen.name.
AM:3D (Denmark): 3D sound installations, Phaedon and Lydsafari.
Planetarium + Excite (Denmark): Paa rumrejse i minen.
Lots of audience in the mine.