Posted on: March 1, 2010

ShadowD – Nicholas Longstaff

Participant movements are mirrored and digitally projected as shadows on a large screen. Different movements trigger different colours, shapes and noises.

Tools of the trade:

hrmmm displays that is designed not to astound with its technical wizardry, but to encourage interaction.

Andrea Steudel – Mobile Shadow Projection Theater

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer –  Body Moves 2001

Projected images on a building. Viewers are encouraged to interact with the images using their own shadows. People ended up playing around with their shadow sizes between each other in a friendly environment.

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer – Frequency and Velocity 2003

Visited last year. The bigger your shadow got the clearer the radio signals became. But eventually people started to play around with their own shadows, mainly with their size differences.


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