This installation projected a live scene one of the most impressive weeping-willow trees in the Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival area. The audience would walk up to a small platform where their body movements were recorded using a kinect. They became the tree by moving and dancing. The installation reacted on the movement of the spectator where the branches of the weeping-willow became the body parts of the participators. The digital tree laid over the physical tree. Allowing people to directly control this digital tree it became more tangible than the physical one. The audience could easily walk up to the digital tree and touch it, unlike the physical one, hidden away across the water, out of reach.
A exposition in de Waterkant, The Hague. Inside an old German bunker multiple sculptures were build. 3 buttons where spread throughout the room, each showing place specific perspectives. Removing the walls and showing the cube like shapes floating through a digital space.