Manuel Rossner designs virtual worlds and digital sculptures in which he examines the effects of technological developments on society and art. Using digital materials, he creates interactive architecture that is spatial intervention and virtual extension.
This video is part of a series of short videos in which he examines the digital realm. Wood burns or breaks into pieces, but digital material has qualities that make it unique. Digital material mimics what we know from the physical world. Why do we understand and feel virtual environments when they ultimately are a bunch of zeros and ones?
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