bit.code by Julius Popp

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Together with the Victoria & Albert Museum, SAP invited artist Julius Popp to create a piece of art on the topic of “data flood”. The result was bit.code, a mixture of a monumental sliding puzzle and a mechanical display. SAP software was used to filter keywords from the Internet in real time.

  • Client:
    SAP AG, Hallbergmoos co-founder Victoria & Albert Museum, London
  • Design:
    Julius Popp, Leipzig; Ogilvy Frankfurt, Frankfurt/Main
  • concept:
    Julius Popp
  • creative direction:
    Peter Strauss
  • art direction:
    Christian Leithner
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