ASET (Additive Sound Emission Technique) - the project (under intensive development directed by the author) located on the border between technology and art. ASET is a technique of multichannel spatial sound emission based on Fourier's analysis and additive synthesis.
Auditions samples auditory practices of different kinds. Each of the participating artists comes from different backgrounds with contrasting engagements. (...) Pawel Janicki’s work is an interactive installation in which he uses field recordings made in Delhi along with a database of the Hindi language. [Charu Maithani, curator].
The AC/DC IT exhibition is devoted to the currents in contemporary art that cause us to ponder the ways media provide provide a basis for creativity. The subject of the exhibition is the way signal and code serve as new media for artistic expression – the material for use with the technological devices that artists have been experimenting with for the last fifty years.
EU_tracer is a new project, concentred around dataflow in global networks
Oceanus is an installation allowing interactive narration based on a variational scenario and an authoring software tool created by the artist. The idea of the work, on the levels of structure and story, refers to the concept of navigating the sea. Notions such as marking out courses and sea sailing are transposed into the media environment and provide the metaphors that drive the installation. They enable travel across the universe of Oceanus and provide a natural co-existence between the linear narration, associated with sequential events, and interactive narration, related to the modifiable structures, altered by choices and generative processes.
Mapping Chopin (interactive visual-sound installation, 2010) creates an immersive interactive environment that allows viewers/listeners to experience the music in an intuitive and unstructured way. Specially designed software combined with a motion-detection system generates variations on digitalized scores of Chopin’s pieces based on the behavior of the audience/participants.
Ping Melody is a music-net-performance. Temporary and unique state of all actions of Internet users has an influence on form of music composition. Musician (instrumentalist or singer) is playing on acoustic instrument/singing and sounds coming from instrument/voice are shared in packets of data information (granulated), then transmitted to selected Internet locations (as "ping" unix command). The order of packet's return, packet's delays, transmission errors alerts are incorporated, and the information coming from these actions is controlling in the real time the transformation of played sound.
Pawel Janicki: independent media artist and producer working with generative music, microsound and algorithmic composition, interactive systems for performances and installations, and his own constantly developed hard- and software.
Apocalypse Canceled - a short film about the present. more
LutoScratch - an aleatoric interactive installation. more
LutoScratch (screencast) - an aleatoric interactive installation. more
New Delhi Audiograph - an interactive installation created during the Auditions Sound Residency program at KHŌJ International Artists' Association (New Delhi, India) curated by Charu Maithani. more
New Delhi Audiograph (screencast) - an interactive installation created during the Auditions Sound Residency program at KHŌJ International Artists' Association (New Delhi, India) curated by Charu Maithani. more
T != T | SPACE - an exhibition presenting series of works by Małgorzata Kazimierczak with interaction directed by Paweł Janicki. more
Ray Gun Beam Virus @ WRO Art Center [Wroclaw, Poland] more
Vinyl Video Delay @ WRO Art Center [Wroclaw, Poland] more
Na Srebrnym Globie @ WRO Art Center [Wroclaw, Poland] more
Frame Box @ WRO Art Center [Wroclaw, Poland] more
Interactive installation WordNet Instrument at Dialog Design [Minsk, Belarus] more
WordNetInstrument (preview) - a work created for the Dialogue Design Festival [Minsk/Belarus] more
EU_tracer [performance @ WRO Art Center (Wroclaw/Poland), 2011] more
Interactive Platform [Main Square, Wroclaw/Poland, 2011] more
Oceanus [Moving Stories, European Media Art Festival, 2011] more
Mapping Chopin [Warsaw Autumn Contemporary Music Festival, 2010] more
Ping Melody [at CYNETart_03transit, Festspielhaus Hellerau, 2003] more
Ping Melody [at Centre Georges Pompidou / Paris, 2004] more
Lifeforms (composition v2.6) [no sound] more