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Adaption Architecture BDEA-E2016 Featured Kinetics Student Project
 

Four Dimension is a sculpture that moves together with the onlooker. In this project we have investigated what one does when one encounters an artwork that is much larger than for any individual to perceive it in its full entity at once, what is the following move?

Four Dimension is a sculpture that moves together with the onlooker. In this project we have investigated what one does when one encounters an artwork that is much larger than for any individual to perceive it in its full entity at once, what is the following move?
The experience of Four Dimensions will depend on how the observer moves around it. We have created a design that invites the observer to move around it in hope to experience its full entity. As the observer starts to interact with the sculpture it will begin to change its shape, this conditional movement disables the onlooker to ever experience the sculpture as one entity as the person in front of it will never know exactly what it looks like on the other side. That person will only see fragments and always return to the same starting point.


Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Josephine Vedel Petersen
Bachelor Student:  Benedikte Munk Randløv

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Participants:

Bachelor Student:  Josephine Vedel Petersen
Bachelor Student:  Benedikte Munk Randløv

Legal

© Josephine Vedel Petersen & Benedikte Munk Randløv
contents on this page is published under the following license


Timeline:


Four Dimensions 2016