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Kirin Bit.Fall at Semi-Permanent


Thu 22 May 2014, 9:00am–10:00pm
Fri 23 May 2014, 9:00am–10:00pm
Sat 24 May 2014, 9:00am–10:00pm

Where: Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $40.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: lportch

As part of its “Inspired Cider” creative campaign, Kirin Cider has commissioned the creation of a new art installation based on the incredible “Bit.fall” series by German artist Julius Popp.

Recreated as a visual art piece by Kirin Cider, “Kirin Bit.Fall” is the first time that this kind of installation will be seen outside of a gallery on the Australian mainland, and encourages viewers to engage with digitally generated art.

Kirin Bit.Fall will be officially unveiled at this year’s Semi-Permanent exhibition which kicks off on Thursday 22nd May in Sydney. Attended by the who’s who in the design world, Semi-Permanent is one of the largest events of its type, and a leading international creative platform spreading art and design inspiration around the world.

Kirin Bit.Fall creates intrigue and real time participation. Controlled by specially designed software, the installation uses computer algorithms to search and integrate three pillars of content, which are then displayed as a mosaic of words at random;

1) User generated – the audience has the opportunity to contribute to Kirin Bit.Fall via tweeting their inspired words to a dedicated hashtag during the event @Kirinbitfall

2) Kirin curated - live feeds the event community will be infused and dropped with brand related words e.g. Inspired, discover, innovative, Fuji Apple

3) Trending words – content will be pulled from current news website feeds gathering seemingly random words and displaying them

Kirin Cider will also be offering attendees at Semi-Permanent the chance to meet some of the event speakers over a drink in some intimate “meet the speaker” sessions at the Kirin Bar. These include David Park, founder and creative director at Maud, photographer/film maker Cheryl Dunn and the creative directors of leading design agency Toby&Pete.

Following its tenure at Semi-Permanent, the Kirin Bit.Fall will tour creative events along the Eastern Seaboard during the coming months.