A multidisciplinary design studio especialized in exploring time-based narratives, interactive systems, and creative technologies.
Wildberger Office of Design
An ultra-cool red dwarf star in the constellation Aquarius, TRAPPIST-1 has a planetary system that is older than our solar system.
This is a sketch made through computer programming. In it, I'm trying to replicate the first video capture of this star. After watching the video once it came out, I was amazed by the mega pixel quality and the random flickering. After recreating it with code, I felt a much stronger connection with this old, far away entity.
DANIEL WILDBERGER is a multi-disciplinary designer and educator working at the intersections of dynamic media, interactive, motion, experience, and visual design. Originally from Brazil, he has a B.A. in Communication Design and Advertising from the Universidade Católica do Salvador, and an MA and MFA from the University of Iowa, United States.
Daniel’s work has been published and presented internationally, and some of his projects have been awarded prizes from AIGA, Creativity International, Communicators Awards, and Hermes International. He has run Wild Inc., his own studio, since 2009.
CELLULAR AUTOMATA is a model of computation studied in automata theory. Cellular automata are also called cellular spaces, tessellation automata, homogeneous structures, cellular structures, tessellation structures, and iterative arrays. Cellular automata have found application in various areas, including physics, theoretical biology and microstructure modeling.
The Rifat Chadirji Prize is the newest prize to be established as part of the Tamayouz Excellence Award program of championing and celebrating the best of Iraqi architecture.
The prize is named after Dr. Rifat Chadirji, the great Iraqi Architect whose influence and importance is far beyond built work. The award was be officially launched in January 2017, celebrating the 90th Birthday of the great architect. The Rifat Chadirji Prize is a thematic open international prize focuses on proposing designs responding to local challenges in Iraq. This prize aims to introduce Iraq and its challenges to the world and invite them to submit their ideas and to establish an uncompromising open source of ideas tackling social issues in Iraq through design.
Title: The Rifat Chadirji Prize / Architecture Competition / Generative design / Processing language
IN-FLUX describes something that constantly changes. If your likes, dislikes, attitudes, dreams, and even friends are changing all the time, you may be in flux.
AP&5E (Alex Pochat e os Cinco Elementos) were ready for a comeback. After the succesful independent realease of their first record, the band was back together for some time in the studio, crafting a second album that should capture the "new" songs that had been written over the many years ever since.
It is funny how time passes for independent artists working collectively. The creative output is what we agree to make: something that is, essentially, a testament of time. It survives as something that proves a possibility — that "art for art's sake" is a thing that can live in a metaphorical storage space, waiting for a time to be released. And whenever the time is here, it is like a work session and family reunion all wrapped up into one.
The design for the album cover tries to capture time as a dynamic, autonomous, graphical rendition of a clock through a coded program (it is also part of an ongoing fascination with time-keeping mechanisms).
Title: "Nada Novo" by AP5E (Alex Pochat e os Cinco Elementos) / Album cover / Generative design / Processing language
An oscillator is a system that repeatedly oscillates or fluctuates around a fixed point, with a regular pattern. In programming, it's often used to generate periodic signals. In physics/mechanics, it can be found in systems like pendulums or springs.