With this project we want to question how words, mostly associated to their written and spoken aspect, acquire a different meaning through virtuality. We took our inspiration from a George Eliot’s quote our words have wings, but fly not where we would. Therefore in our project the words behave like bees: they buzz, moving randomly within the projected space, reacting at the presence of the user and at his movements. When the user stands still, they stop buzzing and compose the quote.
Project by: Doris Čavar, Marina Mangiat, Alessandro Mattiuzzo, Biagio Pandolfi, Roberto Rabito, Lorenzo Tomassetti, Tommaso Tronchin.