- In the last chapter of my life I am trying to transfer my professional knowledge, experiences and impressions from traveling and many different areas of life into a figurative – aesthetic form.
- The focus here is on making the emotional visible.
- Of course I include extensive professional experience in physics and electronics in my work, but I consider them only as helpful means of expression.
- I see my general goal in a multidisciplinary synthesis of different techniques for the enrichment of modern object design. Since the different artistic forms of presentation are fed from the same emotional source, I refer, for example to synergistic images as complementary enrichment in my art objects.
- My future activities are aimed at using aesthetic qualities as well as easily derivable bioelectrical information (eg, ecg, eeg, eog, emg…) as “invigorating” additional information.
- Such technologies are called “personalization” and can be seen as a far-reaching general trend for the future.
First applications for this are based on my experience in neuphysiological research and are already running in my laboratory (see “Reanimation of a Giant Snail“).
- Reanimation of a Giant Snail
- This object is the first of a series of similar, electronically animated sculptures, it was created about two years ago and can be viewed as a video clip on YouTube “schnecke rea” (see it here).
The symbolic transfer of “life energy” to the empty shell and the subsequent restoration of a “heartbeat” by reanimation impulses can be seen there.
Of course, the heartbeat, which sets in so dramatically, has a constant synthetic clock frequency.
- In a further expansion phase, this will be supplemented by a “personalized” heart rate at the end of 2018.
The pulse beat is transferred then by any person in any place, wirelessly on a snail! The snail used is a tonno ampullacea, the energy storage is made of stainless steel.
The control box in the middle of the table contains the electronics, a smartphone as a component and a lipo battery as energy storage.
The mesa / table therefore can be operated at any location for a long time without a main connection.
A plug-in power supply is used for recharging (approx. 4 h).
Klaus ChmillonBerlin, Germany. Lives and works in Alicant, Spain.
- 1967-1972 Study of engineering University Gutenberg Mainz, Germany - Studies of philosophy and physics
- 2012-2014 Literature studies in the theory of forms and aesthetics - Additional university lectures at Valencia
- 2018 Enter Art Foundation Berlin
- 2018 Representation of the State of Thuringia to the Federal Government of Berlin (in preparation)
- 2017 - up to now Gallery ATON /Teulada-Moraira , Spain | Permanent art exhibition
- 2017 Founding of the Gallery ATON / Teulada-Moraira, Spain
Works by Klaus Chmillon