interactive art, also called interactive sculpture or interactive installation, could be slitted into two section: analog interactive and digital interactive. The later one most of the time uses Arduinos, Raspberry Pis, different type of sensors, motors, etc. Interactive art usually takes up a lot of time and is multidisciplinary. You have to imagine that additionally to creating a sculpture you also have to know coding, electronics, different type of technology, especially 3D-printing.

Fortress of solidarity selector - interactive installation

Fortress of solidarity selector


The „Fortress of solidarity selector“ is an interactive video platform. The user puts a color stick into a tube to play and watch videos.

Contains video material
die Wabe, analog interactive sculpture by Dominik Jais

die Wabe

ca. 37 x 18 x 18 cm

Die Wabe (German for „the comb“) is an analog (or even digital) interactive sculpture (installation?) especially created for the landing of the... Read more

Contains video material
interactive installation using LCD + Arduino

you and me

ca. 15 x 4 x 5 cm

the question whether the viewer of the object is viewing the object or not.

The Kurbel - interactive art installation

The Kurbel


Kurbel is an interactive installation consisting of 2 cranks (Kurbel is German for crank), 2 Gameboys™ and 2 LEDs.

Art made of Hard drive parts - modern and contemporary - Icons of Speed

Icons of Speed I


Distance sensor meassuring the distance of the viewer to the object.

Shapes of mine - interactiv generative art installation by Dominik Jais

Shapes of mine


Shapes of mine is an interactive installation, precisely it is interactive generative art.

interactive Floppy disk sculpture by Dominik Jais

A question of speach

ca. 10 x 15 x 20 cm

The interactive sculpture "A question of speach" shows how people react to a continuous low fidelity playback of recordings of famous speaches of... Read more

Icons of Speed - interactiv sculpture, modern and contemporary

Icons of Speed II


The Icons of Speed series is an interactive object made of abandoned materials, especially hard drive motors.

interactive installation about the Snowden whistle blowing scandal

enjoy the silence


"Enjoy the silence" is an interactive beamer installation about peoples choice.

Fill the EmptySpace - interactive 3.5 floppy disk sculpture by artist Dominik Jais

The freedom of choice


The interactive sculpture tackles the question of surrogate religion.

Do you remember snow - music cassette cases sculpture by Dominik Jais

Do you remember snow


“(How) Do you remember snow” is about how I remember snow.
“Do you remember snow” is about recycling materials used in media.

old mc cases made a lamp - interactive sculpture made of abandoned materials

this aint manhattan

45 x 20 x 20 cm

“This aint Manhattan” is a 3 layer interactive sculpture - a tower made of MC cases.

yet another floppy disc cube - 3 x 3 floppy disks

yet another floppy disc cube

35 x 35 x 35 cm

Als ich den Dross noch im schaltWerk Elektroniklabor hängen hatte wurde ich von jedem der die Skulptur interessant fand gefragt ob es sich dabei... Read more