Welcome to audio-installation-house-cum-record label 1024, and the art of architectural projection mapping: audio-visual installations about ghetto blasters.
1024 is a label created by François Wunschel and Pierre Schneider that maps interactions between space, sound, visual, light, architecture and city. “We make audio-visual installations, micro-architecture, urban intervention, performances, exhibitions and others,” they say.
Their latest peice is BOOM-Box a DJ performance installation that pays homage to the beloved ghetto blaster.
The 16×8m structure is built to resemble a high-tech tape deck, and designed using custom software called BOOM-Boxer, which uses a Playstation 3 controller to trigger 3D projected imagery in tune to the music.
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