social media artist

The invitation to the JavaOne conference in autumn 2015 allowed twelve new works from the series "Walks" in San Francisco and the surrounding area; from downtown San Francisco to the Golden Gate Bridge, from Muir Woods to a Night Walk by Fisherman's Wharf ... more...

In October 2015 I was invited to give lectures at the College of Art and Design, Beijing. What a great opportunity to take the land under my feet, to incorporate it and to reproduce pictorially. more...

Here you can have a look onto all the news from 2015 more...

They look like works of spontaneous nature observation, as it was the artist managed to condense the perception of volatile and blissful nature experiences in blistering abstraction. The air itself seems to support the landscapes. Sunlight, so it seems as if penetrates through the dense fog and highlights the silhouette of a mountain, a forest from the off. more...

"For a long time I carry a desire in me to relieve events lying in the time from their time and condense into a single image. Now, the time seems ripe for putting this desire into action and it happen to me more and more such "usable" operations, which I also log in minute detail with the camera and afterwards merge into one. " more...

MyMatrix is an interactive Community Art Project by media artist Wolf Nkole Helzle more...

The global net-art project by Germany based media artist Wolf Nkole Helzle is designed specifi cally for audience participation. Using a specially developed internet platform, it enables people of all nations to create their personal photographic diary. From all the photos, an overall picture is computed which interactively changes continuously with the upload of new images. In addition the participants will be able to share ideas about their images. more...

The One and the Many - an artistic interaction and lecturing with and at the College of Art and Design at the Beijing University of Technology, China more...

Homo universalis - performative photographic project with the population of Endingen, Germany more...

They look like works of spontaneous nature observation, as it was the artist managed to condense the perception of volatile and blissful nature experiences in blistering abstraction. The air itself seems to support the landscapes. Sunlight, so it seems as if penetrates through the dense fog and highlights the silhouette of a mountain, a forest from the off. more...