(Des)Aceleração is a relational system between coherent light, bioactive molecules, velocity, glass, photoluminescence, volume, surface, algorithm and programming, in continuous variation.
(Des)Aceleração is a relational system between coherent light, bioactive molecules, velocity, glass, photoluminescence, volume, surface, algorithm and programming, in continuous variation. It is the outcome of a residency in which a dynamic intermedia system was created, articulating knowledge from a spectrum of activities and configuring conditions for a spatial, optical and chromatic experience.
The computer‑controlled movement of the light beam, combined with the idiosyncrasies of the glasses, their heterogeneity, and that of the riboflavin, produces indeterminable phenomena of projection, reflection, refraction, and dispersion of light. In this system, coherent light ceases to be coherent. The laser beam is not used as a stylus but produces a visual experience that results from the coincidence of the predicted and determined with the unforeseen and indeterminate, of order with chaos.
Artist and designer; assistant professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto.
His thought and practice explores the thresholds and permeability between art, design and computational technologies. He has been developing and disseminating knowledge and skills inherent to the process of making and experiencing intermedia, interactive and multi‑sensory artworks. He is integrated researcher at i2ADS – Research Institute in Art, Design and Society; holds a PhD in Science and Technology of Arts, a Master in Digital Arts and a Degree in Communication Design; He is co‑organiser and co‑founder of xCoAx ‑ International Conference in Computing, Communication, Aesthetics and X.
Founder and art director of 3kta studio.