Video Installation for the IAC Building in New York, NY
Created in collaboration with Amelia Hancock
Music by M.I.A, Nu Shooz, Ptom Bjork
Arranged by Winslow Porter
Featuring Antonius Wiriadjaja, Michelle Boisson, Ivana Basic, Hiye Shin, Mimi Onuoha, Celia Talbot Tobin & Danny Ghitis
Special Thanks to Ryan Bartley, Celia Talbot Tobin, Danny Ghitis & Dan Shiffman
This project is an interactive mobile game on large-scale screens, collaborated with Lisa Park.
“Once upon a time, there lived a grumpy wind in Wonderland who was moody and temperamental. He viciously enjoyed blowing off people clothes…”
Audience can see people walking in the wonderland on the big screens and blow off the people’s clothes with calling a designated phone number and blowing on the phone. The stronger the wind is, the faster the people’s clothes gets taken off.
It was presented at Big Screens 2012 on the InterActiveCorp (IAC) HQ‘s 120′ wide by 12′ high video wall on March 1st, 2013.
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* openFrameworks, Processing, Asterisk, OSC (Open Sound Control), After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Photoshop
An interactive drawing performance designed for the 120 by 11 feet video wall at the InterActive Corps (IAC) building in New York.
Three artists draw on their iPads to create new content every time the piece runs. The narrative is guided through the dialog between performers and the giant screen, which evolves and transforms the drawings over time.