Multimedia art duo Martin Mayer and Quirin Empl specialize in interior and exterior 3D video mapping – an art form that uses the architecture, shape and conditions of rooms to project moving images, light or graphics on abstract surfaces, and thus creating an entirely new atmospheric space. Space is commonly not perceived, but defined by and reduced to its functions. This is true in daily life and the arts, where spaces serve as a container for the reception, display and storage of objects. Media installations by mayer+empl aim to refocus common perception by tracking the architectural elements of a space and reconstructing them virtually. Resulting geometric structures are then mapped onto the real architecture via video projection. This interaction grants spaces new life, as they are further characterized by human interactions. Sounds and noises generated by users are captured by a microphone, transforming virtual interpretations of rooms and highlighting their fragility. Real time sensor data ensures non-repetitive permutations of distortions to these reconstructions. Space is thus simultaneously reconstructed and deconstructed by light and sound as a living organism sensitive to stimulus.