1. Mew is an interactive sound piece. As you walk towards the curious and gawkish object, it begins to emit a soft purring sound. If you stroke the fur, it will emit distorted meow sounds that are manipulated by the direction your hand moves. Pushing on the object will also alter the sounds, but pressing too hard will make Mew hiss.

    Mew was part of a collaborative sound object project between Design Products, Information Experience Design and Visual Communication students at the RCA, London.

    Sensors and sounds were programmed with Arduino and Max MSP.

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  2. The sixteenth edition of LPM Live Performers Meeting begins on May 28th, 2015 in the spaces of Nuovo Cinema Aquila and Sapienza University in Rome.

    LPM offers the unique opportunity to experience 4 days of audiovisual performances, VJing, workshops, panel discussion, product showcases presented by hundreds of VJs, audiovisual artists, new media professionals and thinkers from around the world.

    The call for proposal is open till 21 of April.

    This year LPM decided to produce the video using the audio reactive software APV created by the collective Goofy Goober Project made in OpenFrameworks.
    The video is generated by the music of Blavatsky.
    The art direction is made by Elisa Antonacci.

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  3. The art project »Database« is a public installation on the subject of surveillance. It covers the invisible and unnoticed collection of data in both public as well as digital spaces and discusses the use of said information. The installation consists of a continuous printer, a paper shredder and two cameras, which detect the faces of people passing by. The faces are being printed together with a respective data entry that indicates date, time and number of the capture. They are then going to be processed by the shredder, while the digital image files are deleted immediately upon printing. This way the »Database« is gradually filling itself with huge amounts of paper and data.

    During the running time of 46 days, 29002 people have been detected in total. They were printed on 7598 meters of paper, which is approximately the amount you see in the video.

    »Database« had it's first appearance in Trier, Germany, from 03.07. to 17.08.2014 and will be on display at the VISUAL, in Carlow, Ireland, from May to October 2015.

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  4. In Collaboration with Andrew Gardner & Eric Hull
    PennDesign _ Spring 2014 _ Independent Study with Mohamad Al Khayer

    The work set out to investigate five main goals: Scalability of system, asymmetric and irregular folding patterns, material construction and fabrication, potential to create, append, and manipulate space through folding, all while maintaining a single degree of freedom.

    Appended Space explores the scaling and fabricating of an architectural scale proposal, utilizing the principles explored in our earlier work.

    Each panel is constructed of two sides of 1" extruded polystyrene foam, hot-wire cut to create butt and miter edges. The panels are resin coated and sandwiched on either side of a fiberglass mesh membrane acting as a hinge. On each 8'x8' wall, a single 100lb linear actuator controls the folding and unfolding of the system.

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  5. 15 minutes excerpt from my special live performance at Night Media Loading concert in Audiovisual Technology Center in Wrocław.

    Visual setup : 3 copied rear projection screens + one front semi-transparent screen.
    Sound setup : multichannel 8.0 setup.

    Music, visuals, projection setup : Bartłomiej Szlachcic (odaibe)
    Camera : Patrycja Trela, Róża Smółka
    Party promo video :
    Photos :
    Organizer : Audiovisual Technology Center in Wrocław (

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