Art Direction & Creative Coding
How can a space be altered through the agency of those who inhabit it? How to perceive an ephemeral space? We developed a VR installation where a Turrellian world is changed and shaped by the movement of the audience inhabiting it. To blur the boundaries of the virtual/real world, we used an inflatable sculpture and light as a tool. The Turrellian colours became real in the installation room and the inflatable acts as a connection for the movement of the person between the real and the virtual world.
This project has been developed with VVVV to output to the Oculus Rift and an Arduino to control the inflatable.
It was developed by Yiyi Wang, Alexander Kendall White and Cristina Tarquini and exhibited at The Barlett - School of Architecture