suckerPUNCH: describe your project.
brice MAURIN/julie CHEBAB/alice LABOUREL/laurent DUBUIS: The even flow project is an interface between the public and scientific researches inside the Royal Albert Hall.
It invites people to explore the exhibition from different point of view and in an interactive relationship.
The idea of the wall is overtaken with the unfolding of the nonexistent corner that evolves down to the floor offering places to show, sit, watch, look inside, touch, discover : a space-object.
Looking at references such as l’enfant à la bougie from de La Tour it brought us to think about the 3 dimension depth of the light.
Cavities are created to express this 3D depth and provide an anthropomorphic shape to the display.
The mysterious atmospheric sensation created within the space calls for the curiosity of visitors.
We developed a language related to the theme by interpreting both the molecular system and express the language of light and depth of bas relief.
We worked with a shape and apply it to the base surface with rhino studies.
By controlling the density and size of the module we managed to experiment some renderings and manipulate the original shape. A 3D pattern appears on the surface that holds on light.
sP: what or who influenced this project?
bM/jC/aL/lD: Marcos Cruz
sP: what were you reading/listening to/watching while developing this project?
bM/jC/aL/lD: Listening Led Zeppelin, Aphex Twin