Media Worlds is a photographic essay made in 2004-2005, on film, and not exhibited to the public before this moment. With joy, rediscovered in 2018, scanned and selected.
It is a search for expression, an observable virtual world made with everyday objects and office objects such as CD-s, pins, umbrella and so on. Light which creates color. Color which is fluid and even shot in motion. Pins that resemble people and CD-s that create stages.
From my light installation.
11 lines create 10 spaces between them, being immaterial boundaries to 10 colored worlds, plus more mixture as people and their silhouettes move between them.
All the following views are taken from the same static composition.
A series of screenshots from a project which can be understood both as Interactive paintings or Interactive dancefloor. The project is an interactive installation for two players which can dance or move – 2 webcams capturing them – and as they move, they advance on the virtual dancefloor which is also projected in the room. When they virtually meet on the dancefloor their live images appear more clear and recognizable. Taking it from the interactive paintings point of view, they are abstract composition in which shape and rhythm(and motion) are equally important.
Below is a collection of several screenshots capturing several setups I made.
This project was, in project form, presented to my admission at Interactive Multimedia Master at UBB. It was created in the first semester.
Some charcoal drawings made in my sketchbook, Various patterns, circles and round traces represent people dancing on the dancefloor – seen from above.
Interactive here:Butterflowers Garden.
Scroll vertical or horizontal for various combinations.
The clock displays your local hour. Move your mouse over to see how “time flies” at different speeds depending on what we are doing or feeling…
This clock belongs to the The Paper Pie Chart series.