Visual and sound installation

2 crates (ammunition boxes) 41cm x 79cm x 61cm (h/w/d), wood, paper labels
PC Laptop and stereo sound
realtime random sound program (endless)

Three wooden crates form the backbone of elements belonging to the Wolfskind Project. They are mockups of the legendary fictional AI personality cores of the FOWDIB Foundation Woodhead for Digital Consciousness, which are said to have been developed at the Putumayo Center starting in 1960.

Here, various authentic laughing sounds keep resounding from one of the unopened crates called Giggle. It is unclear whether they are natural or artificially generated.
The two other crates, each containing a separate AI core, are used for the HALLUC VR installation and the Palace for an Entity of Unknown Status livecam installation, respectively.