“Hardwired” consists of around 18,000 LED-lights that symbolize the transfer of knowledge. Individual luminous pixels connect and then disappear. In a process of constant transformation, new patterns, interrelations and complexities emerge.
The installation was developed by POLYMORF with alumni from the Department of Communication Media Design at the Avans University of Applied Science in Breda.
Lead designer: Marcel van Brakel (POLYMORF), Frederik Duerinck (POLYMORF)
Coding: Dominggus Salampessy, Peter Schmidt
Polymorf designs immersive experiences and media projects. The projects are time based and often engage all senses. Projects are ranging from interactive art-installations, advertising, educational projects, film, theatre and operas. At Polymorf, projects reflect on the now, the (post) human condition and relationships between humans and (bio) technology.
Marcel van Brakel (1970) is currently artistic director of cross media group Polymorf. He works as independent media designer, play writer, librettist and film and theatre director. Marcel was co-founder of film collective FlimFilm and worked as a theatre director at Het Witte Vuur.
Van Brakel is also a lecturer Multimedia Design, 3D Design and Performativity at the Department of Communication Media Design at the Avans University of Applied Science in Breda.
Frederik Duerinck (1976) is a filmmaker and producer located in Breda. For many years he has produced and directed a great amount of documentaries, corporate films, e-learning, and online healthcare-applications. Since 2004 Frederik teaches part time at CMD Breda as lecturer film-multimedia-design and project supervisor. He is also co-founder of the CMD Netlab.