Inner mind architecture is a space live installation that uses video, multilayered structured screens, light, haze, sound fields and a wind machine. This virtual architecture installation was made and presented in St. Gertrud Church in Cologne December 2013 (built by architect Gottfreid Böhm in 1965) / updated March 2015 at the Arsenale in Venezia. The performance has three main parts with different sound fields. The first part of the live installation consists only of a light sculpture made of light and fog coming out from the gap in between the multilayered structured cut screens. The second part is a mix of both a light sculpture and video projection on multilayered structured screens. The last part is directed into deep space by using the wind coming out of large electric fans on multilayered structured screens. The balance of the wind velocity is controlled with a special programmed software. Sound: The audience can enjoy the special sound experience in this architecture form. All the sound systems are turned to the ceiling in the Böhm architecture creating a very special atmosphere at this venue. I created the new virtual space in Böhm architecture that uses six elements: light, haze, video projection, multilayered screens, wind and sound field. In other words, ""Inner Mind Architecture"" is a virtual architecture with a time axis. And it is an amplifier of the mind, using six elements in the church. I call a category of the artwork the expanded generative architecture.
Konzept, Musik und Video: Kenta Nakagawa Kamera und Schnitt: Rikisaburo Sato Ton: Dirk Specht, Judith Nordbrock Tonmischung: Judith Nordbrock Dank an: Kurt Koddenberg, Luis Negron van Grieken, Bernd Voss, Chih Ming Fan, Wonbaek Shin
Prof. Heide Hägebolling, Prof. Ute Hörner, Prof. Mathias Antlfinger, Prof. Anthony Moore
Eine Produktion der Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln