Tripwire, by visual artist Jean-Michel Albert and composer Ashley Fure, is a kinetic installation using computer controlled vertical strings. The installation has a simple, yet amazing visual and audio output.
Sandworks is an ecological tectonic system based on sand's self-organizing behavior, providing a temporary architecture in desert areas. In this instance, the project is an Eco-resort in Redsea, Egypt.
Boundaries of Life and Death by Saskia Kretzschmann based on Edgar Allan Poe’s quote "The boundaries which divide life from death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?”
Hashi Mori Chopstick forest by Affect Studio. An installation composed of 13,454 hand-stained chopsticks hanging from the ceiling creates a delicate canopy over a brand new Japanese restaurant in Berlin!
Growing Lampshades. This project deals with the issue of light creation. Shown at the Lambrate, Milan 2012. Concept & design by Peter Kraft with the support of Moritz Fuhrmann Jochen Maria Weber & Julian Eich Reuter.
An installation piece using acrylic, zipties, fishing line, iPhone accelerometers, light sensors, and radio by Christian Poules, Alex Diaz, and Adam E. Anderson. 'Refract' at Brown University Granoff Center.