Technological Nature

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Technological nature

Technological Nature is an art research project investigating the imitation, recreation and augmentation of natural phenomena in our everyday life. Through moving image, an audiovisual immersive installation and WebVR, this project aims to create a new mindset for the hybrid of traditional biophysical nature and the nature of technology. The project results from my experience of living with objects that artificially imitate natural light phenomenon - such as artificial sun clocks, rainbow machines and aurora machines - for a period of six months, in order to explore their nature. 
 
The project was exhibited and screened International, such as at Łódź Design Festival, Hima Art Space Shanghai and Waterloo Festival London.

Technologies used: After Effetcs, Houdini, Cinema4D, Arduino, MaxMSP, DMX