stereoscopica

Visuelt Gold!

Taking the prize home. I’m very happy and honored to have won Gold at the Visuelt Awards this year! This (top) prize is for my Master’s project Stardust in the interaction design (student work) category. I attended the ceremony which was held on October 17th at Sentrum Scene in Oslo. It was a meeting point for…
stereoscopica - rosa hernandez

Luminous Forest installation process

This installation blends analog (an overhead projector and shadows created on it) and digital (the capture of the image from the projector and projecting it in the opposing wall). The result is an immersive installation where you can play with the light and shadows on the space surrounded by this luminous forest, while someone else…

Infinity I installation design process

In order to test out colored light and reflections, Annelise, Birgitte (research fellows at Oslo National Academy of the Arts) and myself created a model for an installation. We experimented first with colored mirrors and reflections. To do so, we placed colored acetates (photography filters) on top of circular mirrors. We used spotlights to direct…

Shadowplay: interactive installation process

I’ve found out that when I can’t quite figure out how something works, I’m intrigued and become curious. This curiosity then leads to play, and for me, to be immersed in an activity, an object or a space. I read about an art piece in the 70’s called Going Around the Corner Piece by Bruce…

Hellicar&Lewis

During my Master’s I had the luck to have a one-year mentorship/tutoring program with Pete and Joel from Hellicar&Lewis. Their work really push the boundaries of technology in a creative way, focusing on being in the moment and creating memories you will cherish and remember. I’ve also participated in paper prototyping workshops held by Pete…
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