onedotzero installations

  1. A collaboration between the V&A and onedotzero, Decode: Digital Design Sensations showcases the latest developments in digital and interactive design, from small, screen-based, graphics to large-scale interactive installations.

    See below for photos by Tom Bland / onedotzero

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  2. Tactile. An exhibition of digital artwork exploring the theme of tactility and touch.

    curation, production and design of digital artwork exhibition: onedotzero
    curator: shane walter
    assistant curator: jo shallow

    exhibition design: draisci studios
    produced by mother london alongside debbie malynn
    onedotzero technical partner: aztec digital media

    music: four tet, everything is alright (buy here

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    an installation by Joanie Lemercier

    VISUALS: Joanie Lemercier
    Additional visuals: Simon Geilfus
    MUSIC: Monolake - Oomoo
    PRODUCTION: Nicolas Boritch
    Video by Jérome Monnot ( and Vania Jaikin Miyazaki
    Produced by Elefant Films

    Music used in the video report:
    - Caribou - Children Play Well Together
    - Nicolas Jaar - Wouh

    Projects featured from 1:22 are all documented on

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  4. Feedback by Hellicar & Lewis

    Don't miss it at onedotzero_adventures in motion festival! 10-14 November 2010 at BFI Southbank in London.

    Full details:


    Curator: Shane RJ Walter
    Senior Producer / Curator: Claire Spencer Cook
    Video Production: Jordan Stokes

    Hellicar and Lewis- Pete Hellicar and Joel Gethin Lewis
    Software engineering: Todd Vanderlin

    Producer for CircusFest: Leila Jones
    head of Broadcast and New Media: Conor Roche

    7 April-16 May 2010

    Feedback is an interactive installation that aims to encourage performance from members of the public and circus performers alike. Using the familiar form of a mirror, the installation uses cutting-edge computer vision techniques to allow users to remix their bodies in real time, and display them on a large scale over the interior and exterior of the Roundhouse in Camden.

    By dancing, performing – or even modestly gesturing in front of the screen – the installation will capture the movement of anyone interacting with it to create a graphic animation of their body movements. The effect is similar to that of a ‘Hall of Mirrors’, generating an unexpected and magical wobbly, bendy or stretched reflection.

    Feedback will is in the main foyer at the Roundhouse throughout CircusFest, and will be free for everyone to enjoy, experiment and interact with.

    Hellicar & Lewis is the creative partnership of Joel Gethin Lewis and Pete Hellicar, who met while working on Dazed & Confused. Coming from disparate backgrounds in professional skateboarding and mathematics, Pete and Joel are united in their desire to create experiences that take people into the moment, using a combination of art direction, set building and interactive design. Recent projects include Night Lights, a large-scale public interactive installation for the rebrand of NZ Telecom in Auckland, New Zealand; Future Artefact, a bespoke shop window installation for Selfridges, London; and Mirror Mirror, a masks installation for the V&A Learning & Interpretation department, which complemented the Baroque Exhibition.

    Feedback was commissioned by the Roundhouse and onedotzero, as part of Roundhouse CircusFest 2010. / /

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  5. Strata #3 consist in a film, site-specific installation and series of prints focusing on neoclassical Grand Theatre of Bordeaux. Commissioned by Evento and Lumin for the Bordeaux Art&Architecture Biennale (2009).

    Direction/Design: Quayola
    Sound: Plaid
    Photography: James Medcraft
    3D Animation: Robin Lawrie
    Custom Software: Mauritius Seeger
    Assistants: Kieran Gee-Finch, Colin Johnson

    The term Strata defines a geological formation made of multiple layers of rock. Each one of these layers has its own individual characteristics and history, which combined produce beautiful and unique formations…
    The Strata project consist in a series of films, prints and installations investigating improbable relationships between contemporary digital aesthetics and icons of classical art and architecture. Like in geological processes, layers belonging to different ages interact with one another producing new intriguing formations.

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