Living Sculpture (Virtual) is a digital interactive artwork inspired by the research around symbiosis led by Michael Brockhurst at the University of York. A wooden structure emitting low frequency sounds invites visitors to place their hands within, and pass through a layer of holographic particles.
As people feel the ungraspable dots, these start to react to their hand movements. As a second person enters the sculpture, the dots connect the players and take the form of a floating piece of drapery, constantly changing as if alive. The ephemeral culture created by the players feel like a soft connecting skin, or a very fragile living creature that explodes back to chaos if any of the players remove their hands from the structure.
Dates & Times
|Sat 17 Jun||10:00am|