Talk: Max Wolf – Scalable Systems, 26. Januar 2015

MESO Digital Interiors specializes in the creation of site-specific media installations, utilizing state of the art technology: Interactive environments and exhibits for trade shows or museum exhibitions and media systems for contemporary architecture. MESO also often work on fine art projects and a number of members of the company are active in academic education.

For over fifteen years now Max together with his business partner Sebastian is responsible for the conceptual, creative and technical planning of their international projects for clients such as BMW, Hyundai, or Bayer, and for events such as the World Expo, the world soccer championship, and the Venice architectural biennale. He was involved in the early evolution of the VVVV multipurpose toolkit, which originated at MESO.

Max has been teaching a bit as a visiting professor at the Bauhaus-Uni Weimar (Fakultät Medien, in 2005), at the HfG Offenbach and the NABA in Milan. Side projects as a designer have been exhibited internationally and the Centre Pompidou has a few of his objects in its permanent collection.

Max Wolf / MESO Digital Interiors
Scalable Systems

Talk: Monday, January 26th 2015 / 19:00
Oberlichtsaal / Hauptgebäude
Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 8
99423 Weimar

This talk is part of the Bauhausinteraction Colloquium.

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