about the work
“superposition” is a synergetic 65-minute performance between human and machine, about “the way we understand the reality of nature on an atomic scale.” 1
Inspired by the “mathematical notions of quantum mechanics” 1 , patterns of data are projected onto multiple screens – 10 small digital screens at the front, 10 slightly larger ones behind them, and a large split-screen Read more →
Step 1: Make a base with a hard surface and wrap it with non-stick baking paper.
Step 2: Stick the receptacle firmly onto the baking paper e.g. with silicone glue
Step 3: Fence the receptacle with a hard waterproof surface e.g. mounting board
Step 4: Brush the receptacle with lubricant e.g. baby oil
Step 5: Prepare the silicon mixture. Approximately half white to half Read more →
This model was built based on the dipping motion of the plover bird. Whenever it picks up food from the ground or from between the crocodile’s teeth, the bird makes this tilting movement back and forth.
I reinterpreted this movement as an oscillation in this abstract model. The model would move back and forth like roly-poly toy.
The model consists of Read more →
Alas! We’ve reached the final installation for our Kinetic Beast!
After the final consultation with Cheryl, we decided to scale up our installation to create more space in the enclosure to include the other elements into our composition.
We also identified which were the unnecessary elements which we could shed in order to make the Read more →
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