Water, sound, architecture and virtual pixels give an insight into the research behind the urban planning of the new Van Leeuwenhoekpark.

DEFRAME aims to merge the worlds of different dimensions, code languages and various types of media. The experience of the overall picture is a very important aspect of their work; audio, visuals, light and space should all work together to form an immersive experience.

In the Van Leeuwenhoekpark a video projector is used to show computer-generated visualizations of the positive influence of water on the heat level of this urban environment. Water, sound, architecture and virtual pixels are used to create a mesmerizing experience that gives an insight into the research behind the urban planning of the new Van Leeuwenhoekpark.

In these fast-changing times, DEFRAME thinks it is important to reflect on the media and tools used to communicate with each other. It is a space of reflection that allows us to deconstruct the relationship between people and technology, a critical approach opposed to the main consumer-oriented “Silicon Valley” style that has been imposed on us and our spaces.

About DEFRAME

DEFRAME is a collective of like-minded artists that focus on creating interactive installations, live visual performances and scenographies. They aim to merge the worlds of different dimensions, code languages and various types of media. The experience of the overall picture is a very important aspect of their work; audio, visuals, light and space should all work together to form an immersive experience. In order to achieve this, their work is often site-specific, or consists of custom-made surroundings or stages.

Website DEFRAME

In collaboration with Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and OGD.

           

 

Special thanks to Rots-maatwerk, Weboma en Faber