Lock and Down
Due to the lockdown and the pandemic, we are restricted in our domestic space no matter who you are. We spent more time with our family, our private space, and ourselves. I started to find that I talked to myself much more frequently. Sometimes I'll split them out sometimes I'll just leave them hovering in my brain.
Inner voice murmuring:
Can our mind control/affect the space?
Can closed space become open space?
I don't know?
Exteriority and Interaction
I'm reversing the process of internalization in terms of externalizing the interior thoughts to real space
then see the interactions in between.
I made these marks and placed them above the sketch of my room.
The pixelated figures are inhabiting and moving in between.
Try to feel the rhythm of the marks.
Can you hear anything?
Can you animate the lines and particles in your brain?
Try to look around your space and imagine you are dancing with your interior movements.
Try to click on the sketch and see if you can find any surprise in certain area. It's more than one possiblility.
If you feel something is out of control or makes you feel sick, click on the black squre at the top left corner will help you.
Overall, this is the digital drawing of the installation. I'll build a domestic space(3mx2mX2.5m) which is narrow and isolated and give the introduction to the participants before they step into space.
Even the room should be a narrow space but it still allows one viewer to move, engage, and inhabitat in a way of focusing on the only body and the interaction between the images.
For the AR technology, the participant will wear a headset for watching the images. Also, wearing headphones to hear their own voice which is creating a loop from speaking and listening.
The lines are the augmented reality animation or holographic projection based on the program and triggered by the participants as another way to fill the space with marks.
Digital model by Sketchup