Tektōn is an ongoing collaboration between D-Fuse and Labmeta (Mike Faulkner and Paul Mumford).
Tektōn is a series of works exploring the spatio-temporal qualities of light and motion. Imagined digital/machinic instruments are used to engineer different formations of kinetic light. As these light machines are rendered invisible we witness the traces of structure and spatial presence.
Inspired by the constructivist designs of Vladimir Tatlin, and László Moholy-Nagy’s Light Space Modulator, physical or mechanical rules are used as creative constraints in a moving architecture of light. Each set of constraints give way to the production of a different tool, resulting in emergent behaviours and forms. The traces of light organise themselves in the tension between noise and pattern.
Beginning as a series of audiovisual shorts with artists including Hauschka, L'Usine and Swayzak, the project has gradually evolved into an audiovisual performance with Matthias Kispert featured in events at Kings Place (UK), the Red Gallery (UK) and the Multiplicidades Festival (BR).
London-based collective exploring the wide variety of media communication.
Working with transdisciplinary methods and top-of-the-art technology, D-Fuse invites his audience to reflect upon the process of experimenting art in multidimensional and multisensory ways.
D-fuse explores live visuals, web and graphic design, fine arts and architecture, TV and cinema, and have collaborated with musicians such as Scanner, Beck, composer Steve Reich and the Italian ensemble Alter Ego.
Currently based in London, UK.
Reykjavik Center for Visual Music