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Floor plan and elevation of the #1996dkginstallation as ink pen plots. These were done in 1997 well after the fullscale cardboard installation @darrenknightgallery simply because, in the lead-up to the exhibition I was too busy with the logistics of building something on an architectural scale for the first time (sponsorship, computer controlled cardboard cutting, rental vans, where to stay etc.).

Virtual Reality Interlude - 1997 - The first 'body' I ever designed was for a VRML animation I did whilst at the CSIRO - CMIS, Canberra during a 1 year Australia Council for the Arts residency. I basically tested their Immersive Workbench combined with a Phantom input device whilst modelling the skater triangle by triangle in virtual reality. My unfold algorithm was already working at the time and, having cut the cardboard on Visy Board plotters I could fold together the shirt in a couple of minutes. I did all the VRML scripting for the animation in a simple text editor. Thanks to the InstantReality viewer developed by Fraunhofer IGD the animation is still running beautifully today. Basically, whenever the start button is clicked, a bench is spawned and the skate border does a nose slide whilst the viewer can move freely around the scene.

Image credit: Press image Immersive Workbench showing a colleague of mine: CSIRO

. Detail of my architectural installation 'Northwestwind - Mild Turbulence' at @darrenknightgallery, Sydney in 2000 (#2000northwestwind). The installation utilises oversized sand grains to visualise wind trajectories through a stylised architectural environment. Frozen into the positions where they made contact with the building, they serve as reminders of architecture's embeddedness within nature. Excerpts from the particle systems based video soon ... Photo: Paul Green

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Whilst all the elements for the #1999hostperformance were different, each element had a 'partner' element to form a closed box with enough room inside for one or two performers. Photo: #heidrunlohr

. The low weight of the corrugated cardboard elements (less than 20kg) allowed choreographic moves otherwise not recommended. (#1999hostperformance)

. A snapshot taken during rehearsals for HOST (#1999hostperformance) and one mending an element after a small incident.  With the size of the elements being 4 x 2.5 x 1 meters on average it was hard for the performers to see where they were pushing them ... (see my previous post)

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Initially the large scale cardboard elements formed a maze trapping the audience which had been guided into the hall through the bowels of the theatre in low light. A flash of light - and the cardboard environment starts performing around the audience, who move amongst the changing scenes as the monolithic elements are manipulated into walls, passageways, caverns and city-like agglomerations. (#1999hostperformance) - Gravity Feed Performance Ensemble - Rik Rue

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Found an original poster for the 1999 HOST performance in Sydney at my parents the other day. (#1999hostperformance). Bringing back good memories ...

. @alanschacher and myself in a Marrickville studio in 1998 after producing the second prototype for the 1999 HOST performance in Sydney. (#1999hostperformance)

. @alanschacher testing the performative possibilities of the very first prototype for my collaboration with the Gravity Feed Performance Ensemble - eventually resulting in HOST, Sydney 1999 and Paris 2002. (#1999hostperformance).

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This was fun ... Photo media artist @annezac takes photos of artists in their environment. In this case myself in my 1998 @darrenknightgallery installation in Sydney.

After polaroids and a number of variations including the double portrait with Anne, the final version ended up being: artist #13 (Horst Kiechle), 1998 - Duraflex print mounted onto perspex with engraving 85cm x 87cm - exhibited often and, at some stage, the title page for 'Flash' by the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Australia.

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Photo of my 1996 Installation at the @darrenknightgallery in Melbourne (#1996DKGinstallation). The installation was designed with Alias Power Animator 4 (now Maya) on a SGI Indigo workstation. The wireframe plot is a screen capture during the design process. Computers weren't fast enough back then for modelling in shaded mode.
Computer access as part of my MFA at College of Fine Arts, Sydney. Cardboard sponsorship: Visy Board Australia.

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. 'Amorphous Construction' @darrenknightgallery (#1996DKGinstallation). View from the entrance. My first large scale gallery installation. Designed in 3D with Alias Animator 4 software. Unfolded with self-written software. Computer cut on the corrugated cardboard cutters at Visy Board, Melbourne. (Photo: Kenneth Pleban). #corrugatedcardboard #fullscalemodel #archilovers #architectureporn #blastfromthepast #computationaldesign #design #digitaldesign #doublecurved #experimentalarchitecture #freeformsurfaces #installationart #interior #lowpoly #mfa #naturalirregularity #nonrectilinear #paperartist #polygonal #unfoldalgorithm #visyboardsponsorship #amorphousconstructions #archisculpture

. 'Amorphous Construction' @darrenknightgallery (#1996DKGinstallation). View from the entrance. My first large scale gallery installation. Designed in 3D with Alias Animator 4 software. Unfolded with self-written software. Computer cut on the corrugated cardboard cutters at Visy Board, Melbourne. (Photo: Kenneth Pleban). #corrugatedcardboard #fullscalemodel #architectureporn #computationaldesign #digitaldesign #doublecurved #experimentalarchitecture #freeformsurfaces #installationart #lowpoly #naturalirregularity #nonrectilinear #paperartist #polygonal #unfoldalgorithm #visyboardsponsorship #amorphousconstructions #archisculpture

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