1024 architecture is a company created by Pier Schneider and François Wunschel. The company has shown their work for more than a decade at festivals and events worldwide, including the Signal Festival in Prague, the Glow Festival (Eindhoven), and Mutek (Mexico City).
1024 focuses on the interaction between body, space, sound, visuals, low-tech and hi-tech, art and architecture. 1024 makes "audio-visual installations, micro-architecture, urban intervention, performances, exhibitions."
Pieces like Pulse and Vortex demonstrate an affinity for light-enabled, multi-sensory experiences that are epic, both in scope and in their effect on the audience.
In 2019, 1024 brought three works to a large-scale exhibition at La Philharmonie de Paris.
Future Fires is proud to represent this fine artist team, whose work continues to demonstrate huge range, and to express, through all their work, a playful and surprising sensibility.