Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
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It Is Going to Be Okay
Video installation, digital collages of children hurt by war on a screen a few meters before a map projected on a wall.
Loudspeakers and microphones mounted on steel poles in the fashion of a mobile. The installation rotates, dragging the microphones on the floor, and the loudspeakers output the resulting noise.
3D-printed traditional mask, virtual reality goggles, electronics, software.
The Object of the Internet
The piece relies mostly on an analog and mechanical mediascape. There is no video signal, only lights, motors and mirrors. Mechanical vibrations of the installation are picked-up by contact microphones, amplified and transferred back through the metal structure by the means of a driver affixed to it.
Echo Chamber highlights topics such as information diversity, manipulation and opinion realms, and how our current use of technology is letting us hear only what we want to hear.
A matrix of 100 helium ballons of 90cm diameter with an inner LED and a control system that allows to lit them individually is suspended to heights of 20 to 40 metres, turned on and off to the beat of music.
20 glass flutes, extended by long transparent tubes to a blower which is left visible. Suspended in the shape of an ellipse and staggered at different heights, each flute plays a note from a composition created by the artist.
Three bandoliers made of beads, a small screen, and mixed media.
The Great Adventure of Material World
Single-player, role-playing computer game, LED neon, wallpaper. Duration variable.
A large-scale robotic installation consisting of two custom robot arms which perform a dance duet together by performing movement sequences.