The sound sculpture N[oe]cleus by architect Marie-Therese Harnoncourt and composer Rupert Huber is an abstraction of a map of Lower Austria, featuring places of relevance in terms of art and culture. Ars Electronica Solutions enhanced the installation with an interactive dimension: via multimedia terminals, users can point beams of light on the sculpture. Once the light “touches” a certain place of interest, the information related to its cultural aspects is presented on the terminal screen.
On October 14, 2014, N[oe]cleus was presented at the 20th anniversary celebration of the Lower Austrian liaison office in Brussels.
Project Credits: Stefan Dorn, Stefan Fuchs, My Trinh Gardiner, Christoph Hofbauer, Petros Kataras, Fadil Kujundžić, Johanna Mathauer, Ali Nikrang, Vanessa Schauer
Picture Credits: NÖ Verbindungsstelle Brüssel, Johanna Mathauer, Bruno Klomfar (www.klomfar.com)