Online exhibition Picturebook: play and link sheds light on 10 picture book writers who actively experiment and connect to various fields such as light, sound, nature, play, and environment in a series of efforts that have always sought new connections.
Through collaboration with the artists, we re-created each artists' main painting or sculpture as interactive art to help visitors feel and discover the original picture's theme by playing with the artworks and finally enjoy a new experience connected to picturebook.
Through the constant flow of completely melted metal jewelry, we visualized the jewelry brand Dazzling Club's brand identity toward fashion that anyone can enjoy regardless of gender or age.
Anyone can experience and play this artwork on the intro page of the Dazzling Club official website.
All the letters on the screen are above the bitmap pixels. The character follows the logic of the vector at the moment it is created, but it has to pass through the bitmap to be visible, which means that the final form of the letter depends on the situation, such as the device or resolution setting.
Pixel text is a website that allows users to view immediately while manipulating the conditions such as typographic variables and resolution, such as font type and thickness, as well as what type of difference occurs when pixelated. Operation results can be downloaded as jpg and SVG files.
This artwork has been selected for ORGD TQTC 2020 exhibition.
Words-particles that freely roam two-dimensional spaces become closer or farther from each other, creating linear patterns and clusters.
Seoul-based architecture studio platform Architects believes that various architectural expressions are possible in a way that architectural keywords that form the identity of the studio are organically connected and dismantled. We visualized their architectural mindset with interactive art.
Experience this artwork on the intro page of the official website.
Heavy is a female artist magazine, and its logo looks like a snake because its pronunciation is very similar to the word へび(hebi) in Japanese. We intended to show the artworks in a different way by fusing the shape of snakes.
In this interactive installation, the artworks are projected onto the movements and trajectories of the audience. The artworks are revealed on screen only by the movements of visitors, and they are shown completely when the trajectories of several audiences are gathered. Visitors become a component of the exhibition, not just a viewer, and change the exhibition hall and the installation.