H∆BIT∆T is a label by Studio Sabine Kacunko that assembles innovative solutions for human habitation.
Each habitation unit is handled as a Gesamtkunstwerk (comprehensive artwork) by making use of various art forms and materials. Each project serves as model for humble and intelligent usage of rather modest spaces under challenging local circumstances.

H∆BIT∆T springs from the artistic vision of a world in which living beings co-produce a peaceful and just cohabitation with their environment. As such, it emanates from two actual and ongoing artistic projects by Sabine Kacunko – ΔNIMΔ and BIG BΔCTERIA:

BIG BΔCTERIA – under this EU-patented name, Sabine Kacunko´s art archive features for over twenty years bacteria as the facts of the permanently changing and sensing living matter in their application to art and cultural heritage, health and society as well as to analogue and digital ecosystems. Bacteria stand for animated materiality and ubiquitous diversity, which serve as vivid models for intelligent and environmentally friendly cohabitation.

In the H∆BIT∆T context, templates for the individual wall (-paper)- or floor designs are created from site-specific microscopic images. Each template may represent the unique “signature” of the habitation unit where the associated surface is materialized.

∆NIM∆ is an artistic work in progress (AWP) by Sabine Kacunko, conceived as a progressive web application (PWA) that artistically explores the local intersections between the global air quality index and individual human activities. Implemented as a complex of generative sculptures designed for the public space, ∆NIM∆ ∆PP widens the scope of visualizing the conflux of global, local and individual air streams: Instead of using the usual red, yellow and green, it uses a color scheme consisting of 233 colors and hence expands the new acquired knowledge about the human-induced consequences of the climate change.

In the H∆BIT∆T context, the individual color schemes are used as unique “signatures” of the habitation unit and its immediate natural and cultural environment – including the models of aerosols (microscopic particles with the microorganisms adhering to them), of the alveoli (the small cavities in the lungs in which the actual gas exchange takes place during breathing), or a model of an overall organism evoking human habitat.

H∆BIT∆T addresses some of the prioritized Sustainable Development Goals as public goals by directing the prosperities of Human, Habitat, Health, Heritage and Hospitality specifically to the private habitation praxis.