Wolfgang Spahn is an Austrian-German visual artist based in Berlin. His work includes interactive installations, miniature-slide-paintings and performances of light & sound. His art explores the field of analogue and digital media and focusses on both their contradiction and their correlation. For his creations he explores the abilities of hardware, constantly pushing its limitations in order to make it serve his artistic concept. Recently he developed analogue synthesizers as well as analogue computers and analog neuron networks and uses them to create abstract light-and-sound-sculptures.
He teaches at the Professional Association of Visual Artists in Berlin (BBK-Berlin) and is associated lecturer at the University of Paderborn, department of media studies as well as at the University of Oldenburg, department of art and visual culture.
|2018||Unmapping VGA Signals||Workshop|
|2016||Behind the Smart World - Opening||Worklab|
|2016||Behind the Smart World - Exhibition||Worklab|
|2016||Behind the Smart World - Exhibition||Exhibition|
|2016||Behind the Smart World - Opening||Exhibition|
|2016||The Sound of the Electro-Magnetic Smog||Workshop, AMRO Showcase|
|2016||The Sound of the Electro-Magnetic Smog||Workshop|
|2014||Paper-Duino-Pi and urban measurement||Worklab|
|2014||Paper-Duino-Pi and urban measurement 2||Worklab|
|Behind the Smart World - Exhibition||Exhibition|