Since the beginning, Mostlikely is a place where art and technology are meeting in a playful way. So this B-Side is showing some artistic projects dealing with upcoming technologies like Spatial Design, Digital Manufacturing, Realtime Graphics, Augmented Reality, Realtime Rendering, Generative Design, 3D Scanning, 3D Printing and many more.
Drift Following The Seam
AT / 2015
Directed and produced by Maik Perfahl
The short film started as a dialogue between Maik Perfahl and Robert Schwarz, based upon the weird auditive
spaces from Robert Schwarz’s composition “Drift Following The Seam”, of which the visual counterpart
evolves in one year of experiments with path-tracing engines. Maik Perfahl finally found the accurate chaotic
vividness in one algorithm called “Metropolis Light Transport”. He began to shape the stage with moving
lights and bending the space with various deformers. By going back and forth from chaos to physical order,
the animation is a dark experimental simulation of nature, packed into a dream-like and noisy mechanical
Digital Photography and Animation by Maik Perfahl.
Scanned Sculpture by Artist Hans Nevidal
Renderings of a scanned, high detailed, sculpture. The Artist Hans Nevidal is grinding plastic covers with his teeth. He had the idea to let them float in digital space….