Elektro moon


WAVES is an interactive installation that invites the viewer to enter a spontaneous situation, experiencing it and becoming part of it. The title refers not only to the visible layer of the installation—the generative projection reminding the movement of sea waves—but primarily to all oscillations that travel through space: elementary phenomena of occurrence and alteration. The audience can influence the shape, frequency, and density of the waves, while each wave comes from the conducting motion of the participant. The interaction is unique each time, due to the result of the newly configured digital data, processed through special algorithms.
WAVES is inspired by one of the most important events in Polish art, the “Panoramic Sea Happening” created by Tadeusz Kantor. The performance took place on August 23, 1967, on the beach of the Baltic Sea in Łazy, Poland.

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Since 2004, Elwira Wojtunik and Popesz Csaba Láng are internationally recognized Polish-Hungarian, multimedia art duo, known as Elektro Moon Vision. They work at the intersection of creative computing, design, and light-art, creating interactive multimedia installations, wide-format projections, video mappings, audiovisual performances, scenography projections for theater and opera. In their works, they use a variety of new media tools, often implementing their own codes, patches and mathematic algorithms.
They are regularly invited to participate in significant international new media art exhibitions and events. So far, their works were exposed at the Museumsquartier in Vienna, during the New Media Art Biennale WRO 2011, 2015 in Wrocław, Akarenga Soko Gallery in Yokohama, Japan, just to name a few. Re-Kreacja, the interactive mapping installation, is included in the collection of Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland. The experimental video NZ/X won the 1st prize and was published in the Chopin Year Competition by Warsaw Electronic Festival and the Zachęta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw. They are scholarship holders of the Artist-in-Residence program at Museumsquartier in Vienna, 2010.
Founders of Share are Krakow, unit of global organization dedicated to supporting collaboration and knowledge exchange in new-media communities.
Since 2012, they have been curators of the International Digital Art Festival Patchlab in Krakow. They are also members of AVnode—an international network of artists and professionals organizing festivals, working in the field of audio-visual live performances.
As VJs they worked for Goldie, UK; DJ Krust, UK; Agoria, France; Ben Klock, Germany; DJ Surgeon, Germany; Pendulum, Australia; Tricky, UK; Cristian Vogel, Chile, among others.

The duo has cooperated with Fine Art Academy in Krakow; Institute of Technology on Blekinge High School in Karlskrona/Sweden; Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki; Krakow Festival Office; Stary Teatr in Krakow; Krakow Opera; Alvernia Studios; Jewish Culture Festival; Polish Institute in Vienna, Budapest and Berlin; Collegium Hungaricum in Berlin.