"Invisible Patterns" is an installation developed by David Blezinger in the Digital Studio module of the 2011/12 MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation at the Bartlett London. The work was tutored by Ruairi Glynn.
The installation is a floor projection that reveals and also changes movement of people through space. Set up in a transitional space, people rush through having only their daily business in mind but also eventually stop and start interacting when they notice the projection and its relation to their bodies.
For understanding the context, the background knowledge of Space Syntax, a research group derived from the Bartlett, should be mentioned. Quite present within the architectural field, it might not be familiar to most other people watching this video.
Having the simulation and tracking of people's movement as agents in 2D space in mind the installation examines what happens if human beings become conscious of their movement and start breaking out of linear movement patterns.
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