The work Composition #28 consists of many choreographies. The composition is an abstract representation of the essence of my unconscious mind, putting my past movements onto display. Marcel Schwittlick has been taking very detailed records of the movements he made with my mouse while using the computer, what gained him a repertoire of multi-functional lines, which represent concentrated information, traces of my past. Though through the extreme abstraction of these movements, the underlying intentions and actions are blurred and the only thing that is left is the feeling that every line used to have an individual intention and has been created unconsciously, without any doubt or aesthetic aspirations.
Marcel Schwittlick is an artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. With his work, he is examining cybernetic aspects of generative systems and modern technology. He is interested in digital culture, it’s influence on society and chances for alternative kinds of communication. Marcel Schwittlick is working with a variety of media, ranging from digital images, physical and interactive installations, generative poetry and conceptual video. In 2015 he co-founded Lacuna Lab, a Berlin-based artist group and community working on the intersection of art, technology, and science. Marcel Schwittlick graduated with a B.Sc. in Media Computing at HTW Berlin.