220V Electro Clips
The second program in the 220V series, "220V Electro Clips" featured "Interfacing Realities", a conference about architecture and interfaces, and Christian Möller's installation "The Party Effect."
This program was the successor of 220V Klankpark (1994) in the 220V series and would be followed by 220V Robotics in 1997.
During the opening of the installation, there was a special performance by the Dutch artist Arthur Elsenaar. The sounds of a radiostation controlled the muscles which determined Elsenaar's facial expressions in the work Ontvanger.
The Electro Clips program also featured Interfacing Realities, a conference about architecture and interfaces.
During 220V Electro Clips, in August 1995, Christian Möller presented his installation The Party Effect in Rotterdam's Museumpark.