YesNo by Timo Kahlen feels like “traditional” net art, a well crafted stuck webpage for the user’s aural and clickable enjoyment.
The recovery of sound data and their connection with visual data related to a place, involves the establishment of ties arbitrary, but in some way related to the subjectivity of the person carrying them out. Sara Kolster with his project ResonanCity tries to emphasize the sounds that sound ecosystem succumb general or simply ignored because they are not properly perceived. His live performances consist of the composition of sounds (edited by Derek Holzer) integrated with folk songs, recited texts and also inviting locals to help with objects that emit sounds to listen carefully. On the visual processing is made of special micro and macro lenses obtained through ad hoc illuminations, and the union, which are often cited as organic elements or analog celluloid films, produces a personal and instant overview of the selected site.