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BERND LINTERMANN & NIKOLAUS VÖLZOW (DE) & PETER WEIBEL (AT)

BIBLIOTHECA DIGITALIS : THREE PHASES OF DIGITALIZATION

JUNE 29 TO AUGUST 05

ARSENAL ART CONTEMPORAIN

BIO - BERND LINTERMANN & NIKOLAUS VÖLZOW 

Bernd Lintermann (1967) in Düsseldorf (DE), lives and works in Karlsruhe (DE) Nikolaus Völzow (1980) in Koblenz (DE), lives and works in Karlsruhe (DE)

INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION 

There are several books on a table with a reading desk. The books bear titles of works by Newton, Leibnitz, Lagrange, Boole, Russel, Shannon and Turing, whose originals cannot be shown in the museum. The individual pages of the books show only page numbers, otherwise they are empty. The content of the books only becomes visible when the viewer looks through a screen in front of him onto a white projection screen. While the material book as the sole carrier of textual information is increasingly being replaced by the Internet and other electronic forms of publication, the digital reading experience is experiencing an opposite development. In the context of the development of electronic publications, reference was gradually made in metaphorical form to the book form again and the book metaphor was systematically implemented in software on the tablets. In the last phase, the book imitated the physical and media properties of the traditional codex as an electronic device. The read stations of the installation represent the next step of this transition: The blank pages of the real books are replaced by digital content in the projection using augmented reality techniques. The book is interface.

Idea, Book Selection: Peter Weibel

Concept, Realization: Bernd Lintermann, Nikolaus Völzow

Design: Matthias Gommel 

Book Design: Jan Zappe 

Technical Collaboration: Jan Gerigk, Manfred Hauffen

Production: ZKM Hertz-Lab

LINK: http://open-codes.zkm.de/

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Bibliotheca Digitalis : Three Phases of Digitalization, Bernd Lintermann & Nikolaus Völzow, ZKM - Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe (Centre d'art et de technologies des médias de Karlsruhe), 2017

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