1. N 4.0 is an interactive multimedia performance based on the real-time interaction between sound, movement and light. The perspective of the visuals alter on the basis of where the performance takes place. The graphics are modified simultaneously on the basis of sound frequencies and the instantaneous analysis of the dancer’s movements.

    "N 4.0 is a stellar example of choreography married with technology" - The Creators Project


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    Client: TATA
    Location: Zendome Davos
    Date: January 2015
    Event agency: Souchay
    Event design: Maximilian Souchay
    Concept: Maximilian Souchay, PROJEKTIL

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  4. Disco Disco is a collaborative project initiated by creative entrepreneur Alex Asseily, kick started designwise by design studio Goodwin Hartshorn, and then evolved, developed, expanded and made sing by Haberdashery.

    The modular lighting system is inspired by the humble and ubiquitous Disco ball, with the aim of filling any space it is put into with shimmering light. It has been brought fully up to date with a sound responsive capability, with the sensitivity to react to a clicked finger through to your favourite piece of music. With each customisable profiled acrylic fin arranged upon a simple spine, the system can be expanded to fit a variety of spaces and volumes; our first version has a circular configuration in homage to the original Disco ball, but it could equally be built along a central spine along a hallway or vertically through an atrium space, with much larger numbers of fins possible.
    As the sculpture is programmable, it can react to any external input required for it to maximise impact within a particular environment.

    You can see Disco Disco on show currently at the 'Play of Brilliants' show in Paris until the end of May, and also at the May Design Series, London in the Darc magazine tunnel and then in September at Design Junction.

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    Kinetic light sculpture by Tundra collective.
    First Cadets Corps, St.Petersburg, Russia, December 2014

    “Hyperjump” was created as a site-specific work for one of the halls of the former First Cadets Corps, which is now being reconstructed as a study spaces of Saint-Petersburg State University. The nineteenth-century hall has a sports ground with a basketball court , built here in a soviet time.
    “Hyperjump” explores the idea, set by this paradoxical combination: the basketball court, representing the physicality, we have from the nature, together with the architecture of the classicism period, the symbol of the human rationality.
    25 moving head light beams on a truss stands and a powerful sound system were installed along the hall. While the light sculpture started to move, the electronic light devices came to life, turning into the actors themselves, bringing the light, shut in the strict geometry back, to its unpredictable nature.

    Lights: Alexander Letcius, Alexander Sinica, Pavel Zmunchila
    Sound: D-Pulse
    Production: Bulat Sharipov
    Technical support: Main Division
    Event idea and production: the Dreamers United
    Special thanks to: Saint Petersburg State University, The Riders, Publica

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