SENSEFACTORY was collectively realized by Erik Adigard, Sofian Audry, FM Einheit, Dietmar Lupfer, Chris Salter, Alexandre Saulnier, Alex Schweder et Sissel Tolaas.
Chris Salter is an artist, Professor for Design + Computation Arts at Concordia University in Montréal and Co-Director of the Hexagram network. He studied philosophy, economics, theatre and computer music at Emory and Stanford Universities. His solo and collaborative work has been seen all over the world at such venues as the Venice Architecture Biennale, Barbican Centre, Berliner Festspiele, Wiener Festwochen, Musée d’art Contemporain, EXIT Festival and Place des Arts, among many others. He is the author of Entangled: Technology and the Transformation of Performance (MIT Press, 2010) and Alien Agency: Experimental Encounters with Art in the Making (MIT Press 2015). His new book Sensing Machines will be published by MIT Press in 2022.
Dietmar Lupfer is Co-founder, artistic and managing director of the Muffatwerk in Munich, Germany. He has long term curatorial experience in the artistic design, production and marketing of numerous high profile artistic and cultural exchange projects as well as the curation of works that cut across the boundaries between art, technology and science as well as music, dance and performance. He has conceived and curated artistic interventions in public spaces and designed media environments, among them the EU project Crash Test Dummy, Urban Mutations as well as the Installation Hemisphere for media artist Ulf Langheinrich for the large-scale installation From Spark to Pixel at the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin. Together with Chris Salter, he artistic directed the immersive installation Sense Factory which was supported by the German Federal Ministry of Culture for the Bauhaus 2019-Bauhaus Today program.
Sense Factory CA/QC+DE — SENSEFACTORY
Large-scale multi-sensory immersive experience between humans and artificial intelligence. SENSEFACTORY is a spectacular, large-scale performative installation combining architecture, sound, smell, light, and AI technology into an immersive multi-sensory experience. In the 1920s, László Moholy-Nagy envisioned a new kind of theater for the senses with the Bauhaus. 100 years later, this utopian vision can now be experienced. Created by an international team of artists, architects, designers, and programmers, SENSEFACTORY sends the audience on a multi-sensory journey in an evolving landscape continually changing form and behavior.