Infinite Polka-Dots

Yayoi Kusama’s known as the Japanese Queen of polka-dots, designed an art installation exhibition entirely filled with an infinite amount of dots. She used different room which contained different sizes, colour and style of dots.


Caitlind Brown created the beautiful interactive installation sculpture cloud; created from over 5,000 reappropriated domestic light bulbs. The audience interacts with the piece by pulling on the strings which turns the lightbulbs on and off creating a lightning effect.  innovative

Welcome to Dismaland

Dismaland is an pop up art exhibition located in the UK created by the artist Banksy. The artist explores themes such as apocalypse, anti-consumerism, as well as pointed social critiques on celebrity culture, immigration, and law enforcement. This grim them park capturing a warped vision of ideal happiness.

IdeaOne: The Plant Handbook


We all know those people who struggle to keep their plants alive. The Plant Handbook is a online interactive book that explores the story of plants. The handbook explains how to take care of different types of plants it discusses the plants background information; where it originated from, the climates it is used to, etc.. The idea is to have interactive images or a video that allows you to choose individual  plants and have their “how to care for” information pop up on screen.

It is a story book that narrates the life of each individual plant displayed in the handbook. I would like to include the arrow feature so the users have the ability to move around the book at their own speed and direction.


During the class of week 2 we explored the tension of being stuck together, and how to function as one. Saran-wrap which may seem weak and thin was able to restrain the movement and breakage from the force of the bodies wrapped in it.  IMG_1725