Immerse yourself with our interactive installation by relaxing and exploring what a Sunday feels like. This project required a lot of physical effort but also patience, since experimenting with an Arduino board was pretty new to us, it also involved testing and seeing which conductive material worked best but also how to show it in the clearest way possible so the audience could get the opportunity of fully embracing the experience.
I was lucky enough to work with Krystyn Wypasek and Kelly Nolan and our goal for this installation was for the audience to play some sounds using the conductive paint, as a projection of macro photos was being looped. We wanted to give these photos a peaceful and relaxed aspect to go with the feeling of a sunday but also a contrast and mystery and beauty of what the sound looked like. If you want to see more detail, you’ll love it here.
Production: Arduino technology using conductive paint, projection, and macro photography.