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Andreas Koller

MA work

Computers In Love

The installation “Computers Falling In Love” is a conversation between two machines, who get to know each other and learn about the personality of their partner. Caught in a feedback loop, they listen and talk to each other in visual patterns, potentially developing deeper feelings for each other. This work reflects on the relationship beween humans and machines - between people and technology. It poses the question how human computers can be. He has developed several variations of the same topic, resulting in a series of installations. The computers face each other, or themselves in a mirror, or also just their reflection on the floor. They all have the same simple instructions: show what you see. Their camera image is shown on the screen, and this simple instruction leads to a pulsating pattern when facing each other (or facing themselves).


  • Andreas Koller
  • MA Degree


    School of Communication


    MA Information Experience Design, 2014

  • I’m an interaction designer and visual artist interested in the relationship between people and digital technology. 

  • Degrees

  • Mag (FH) Multi Media Art, University of Applied Sciences Salzburg, 2005
  • Experience

  • Senior Creative Technologist, Skype, London, 2014-present; Interaction Designer, Skype, London, 2013-2014; Creative Director, Strukt Design Studio, Vienna, 2007-2012
  • Exhibitions

  • "If this is the answer, what is the question?", exhibition as part of sound:frame festival, MAK Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art Vienna, 2014; "Mapping America", exhibition at KK Outlet London, 2013
  • Publications

  • HOLO Magazine, a magazine about emerging trajectories in art, science, and technology, feature of Lightrails interactive light sculpture realised at Strukt, Issue 1, 2014; Around the World, The Atlas for Today, feature of Similar Diversity data visualisation, 2013; Visual Complexity, Mapping patterns of information, feature of Similar Diversity data visualisation, 2011; A Touch Of Code, Feature of Lightrails interactive light sculpture realised at Strukt, 2011