Connected Worlds is an immersive, large scale installation of an ecosystem located at the New York Hall of Science by Design I/O. It is composed of six interactive walls of ecosystems that are connected together by a 3000 sqft interactive floor and a 14m high waterfall. Participants are involved in growing and sustaining the ecosystem through the Read more →
RANDOM ACCESS | NAM JUNE PAIK
This is an interactive sound art installation by Nam June Paik, a Korean-American artist who was mainly concerned in creating video art and sound art. In this piece, he glued strips of pre-recorded audio tape onto the gallery wall. Visitors were invited to run a handheld playback head wired to speakers along these tapes in Read more →
One piece of interactive art that has caught my attention is the “Face Instrument”, “Face Visualiser”, by Japanese artist Daito Manabe. Inspired by the work of French researcher Guillaume-Benjamin-Amand Duchenne and Australian artist Stelarc, Daito Manabe decided to play with the interaction between electronics and the muscular structure of the human face, and by sending different electronic signals to wires Read more →
Better Future Factory is a sustainable product design studio specialised in innovative solutions for plastic recycling – Better Future Factory mission statement
Installation: Plastic Reflectic
There is an urgent need to start addressing sustainability issues moving forward. That said, projects that encourage contemplation and propose novel solutions are few and far between. There are two projects that I would like to Read more →
Refer to this link for more information regarding this project: https://www.hovercraftstudio.com/hoi-nyc-adapt-bb
Hovercraft created an interactive basketball trialing experience at Nike NYC’s House of Innovation. Found this project while scrolling through the Instagram page of @cacheflowe, a tech director at Hovercraft. His works and experiments are always creative, refreshing and intriguing.About this project “nike adapt bb”:
Hovercraft created an interactive basketball Read more →
Our group members are: Sijia, Mindy, Hayeoung and Syadza.
A “happening” refers to an event in which the concept of ordinary things is revisited or a work in which the viewer may intervene. – Sue Kim
Inter-mission‘s Disappearance is based on Lee Kang-So’s Disappearance(1970s), performed at the National Gallery of Singapore.
Tape Recorders (2011)
Rows of motorised measuring tapes record the amount of time that visitors stay in the installation. As a computerised tracking system detects the presence of a person, the closest measuring tape starts to project upwards. When the tape reaches around 3 meters high it crashes and recoils back. Each hour, the system prints the total number of Read more →
Founded in 2016, the Inter-Mission collective consists of local Singaporean artists Marcel Gaspar, Urich Lau, Shengen Lim and Teow Yue Han. Focusing on both collaborative and interdisciplinary works, they mainly engage and create through video art, audiovisual, performances, installation and interactive pieces that discusses the role of technology within art. With the aim of becoming the bridge between technologically driven Read more →