A selection of projects merging art & code
To spark conversations with the public about work issues, we collaborated with Fake Love to create a gigantic interactive floor, installed in the Oculus, NYC. As people walked across, playful bubbles would prompt conversation starters.
At the TED conference in Vancouver 2019, Dropbox wanted an engaging digital experience around flow. We teamed up with Fake Love to create a Kusama style infinity mirror room, with animations tailored to each visitor'xs personality.
Elevated was commissioned to create an artistic interpretation of the Ethereum blockchain. We created a playful DJ booth, where each transaction became a musical event.
For the campaign to raise awareness about the XQ Super School project we worked with Local Projects to develop a traveling recording booth and converted school bus packed with cutting edge interactive technology.
The Timescape installation, which covers one of the walls in the West chamber of the 9/11 Memorial museum, is a groundbreaking installation that extracts story-lines in real-time from millions of news articles to visualize the continuous impact that 9/11 has on our world today.
Hydra Endless Painter is an algorithmic portrait machine. It analyses faces, and paints them in a style that in the beginning resembles abstract oil, and gradually dissolves into aquarelles. It is perpetually painting without ever repeating a single stroke, yet the artwork lives but a fleeting moment.