kemu & topherZ : angkor
|€ 25.00 Euro|
|€ 35.00 Euro|
|- 69 video clips|
|- Quicktime and AVI|
|- 6 DVD tracks (30 minutes)|
Angkor, capitol of the Cambodian kingdom from the 9th to 15th century.
All that survives of the imperial Khmer city are the intricately carved temples and monuments woven with the roots of massive Banyan trees. Scattered over dozens of square kilometers, new temples are still being uncovered in the dense Asian jungle.
Spin around these ancient temples, walk through the ruins, encounter the warriors, demons, and dancers that remain.
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kemu - Kerstin Mueller
An exploration of virtual environments for living, working and playing for a masters thesis in Architecture in 1998 at the University of Stutgart initiated Kerstin's exploration of computer generated graphics. Her work won an award of distinction from the university and placed in the top 10 of Taiwan's FIEDAD computer architecture award in 1999.
Her virtual and augmented reality work continued with a collaboration with the University of Washington's Human Interface Technology lab in Seattle. Kerstin's "Shigo" illustrated the ARToolkit technology at the SIGGRAPH 2001 computer graphics conference. This research led to the augmented reality installation "Distraction". 6 large paintings define the boundries and connection points of a virtual environment through which one can walk. "Distraction" again placed in the top 10 in the 2002 FIEDAD award.
Her first solo work for SOURCE "fragment", highlights her crisp primary-color abstract three dimension aesthetic.
Kerstin continues work as an architect in Vienna.
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