Interaction Designer | New Media Artist | Creative Organizer
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Life After

2017 | Immersive Art Installation

 
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Life After

August 2017 | California College of the Arts, San Francisco

An immersive art installation that uses a combination of digital and physical media to create a sensory experience about cyclic existence and the dynamic underworld.


Role: Producer and Designer
Team: Laura Rose [co-producer] + foozool [sound]



We imagine death to be a cold experience but this installation really brings out heat and energy.
— Micah (participant)

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'underground' experience

These are the spaces that were created in the underground where participants were decomposing.

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Reflection Corridor

This is the entrance to the underground: a dark corridor leads to a wall of mirrors. A projection in the space allowed light to reflect off the mirrors and created movement.

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Mushroom + Crystal Corner

A glowing mushroom structure surrounded by small orbs, smaller mushrooms, crystals, and a video of tunneling underground.

 
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Roots

Large, physical roots coming out of a cave like wall. A projection on the wall played a looping video of roots generating.

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Bug

A large 3D bug cut into segments and placed on the wall. It was illuminated by projections of insects and bugs.

 

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