André Sier works as artist-programmer at his studio s373.net/x creating interactive audio-visual experiences and generative objects. Works and exhibits at national and international levels in galleries, museums and festivals since 1997 with code, 3D, video, sound, electronics, drawings, sculpture, installation, videogames among other means. Teaches regularly creative programming since 2002
Shipwrecks, sirens, lights and internet. Anthemusa is one of many small Greek rocky islands, believed to be one of the homes of the sirens. In Greek mythology, the Sirens were dangerous, yet beautiful creatures, portrayed as femmes fatales who attract sailors with their melodious voices and music to their crash. This project soaks visitors in this imagery, recreating the moment of attraction and crash by the control of a small interactive beacon that draws lines of light on the horizon during 27 seconds, submitted by internet users in http://piantadelmondo.info/anthemusa, and interactive on-site by the movements of a joystick.
Interactive audio-visual experiences and generative object
Talks from artists present at the festival who will speak about their works, revealing some of his projects, influences and creative processes