Bernhard Breuer & Florian Nitsch – Virtually ImpossiblePresented with the Vienna Business Agency and sound:frame
A drummer and a visual artist occupy a space and visually and acoustically represent an abstract binary code in the room. The space is changing acoustically and visually, it is constantly getting louder, brighter, fuller and more chaotic.
The action removes the boundaries between performance and installation. The digital realm takes over. Virtually Impossible.
Florian Nitsch is a visual artist from Vienna, Austria. His main focus is on image, text and conceptual installations. For this work, he will collaborate with Bernhard Breuer, most commonly known from his live techno collective Elektro Guzzi.
In the course of their “Digital Realities” Challenge the Vienna Business Agency joined forces with the Viennese sound:frame agency and TodaysArt to look for new interdisciplinary and digital artworks with the aim of promoting different applications of immersive technologies such as virtual, augmented and mixed reality for creative work.
The two winning projects, “Virtually Impossible” (Bernhard Breuer, Florian Nitsch) and “Inside Lieutenant Gustl” (Sebastian Brauneis, Sascha Mann, Stefanie Schmitt) are presented at this years TodaysArt Festival and represent two different artistic approaches that impressively deal with the transition between physical and virtual space.