Conceptual artwork by German artist Carsten Becker who lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Transparency and measurability have been evolved to relevant mechanisms of control in today's society. On this website, shown as an installation, personalised data of 17 years have been reduced to a formal structure. Each dot (Zeitpunkt) represents a day. One week is shown in the lapse of a heartbeat. Color and gradient refer to the succession of the years. Size and loudness are controlled by the intensity of the data. A specially designed software captures the data, saves it into a database and generates the formal representation. Each day new data is added. more…
17 years of personalised data have been reduced to a formal structure. A custom made software captures data, saves it to a database and generates the visual representation. Each dot (Zeitpunkt) represents a day. Color and gradient refer to the succession of time. Every day new data is added. more…
News & Exhibitions
thirdness, Bethanien Berlin, Sept. 14–17, 2017, 2–9pm.
Opening reception: Thursday, Sept. 14, 7pm
With Carsten Becker, Jens Soneryd, Henrik Strömberg, Johannes Wald, Michaela Zimmer. By Tamara Branovic. more…
Mitte Media Festival, Fata Morgana Galerie, Berlin, May 06, 2017
Works by Carsten Becker and Sandra Ratkovic
Measurability in the Transparency Era, Tamara Branovic, 2017Messbarkeit in Zeiten der Transparenz, Tamara Branovic, 2017
Carsten Becker lives and works in Berlin.
Academy of Media Arts Cologne (1994-99), Diplom Audiovisuelle Medien. Two times awardee of Deutscher Studienpreis (Körber-Foundation).
Der Stein der Weisen, Bundeshaus, Bonn
Multiple Choice, Galerie der Künstler, München
Synworld, MuseumsQuartier, Wien
3. Medienbiennale, ICM, München
International Browserdays, Paradiso, Amsterdam
Netzdatenraum, Kunstwerk, Köln
Nudes, Galerie On, Köln
Work Presentation, Institute for New Media, Frankfurt
Workshop Dynamic Design, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Ludwigsburg
Work Presentation, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Ludwigsburg