The artwork invites listeners to interact with the objects. Touching, hovering over and exploring provides a multi-sensory experience that brings the listener into the complex narrative world of sounds, provides a mode of reflection and ultimately connects them to the urgency of climate crisis.Continue reading
A non-profit organisation, a hospital and a designer came together to create a little something to distract children within a pediatric ICUContinue reading
Student Yuta Ikeya wanted to draw the attention to the exploitation silkworms with an interactive installation for their design course. This project was done as part of the “more-than-human centred design” design research course at Eindhoven University of Technology. Yuta has always been interested in...Continue reading
Suffolk Women’s Stories is an audio-visual record of women’s daily life in 2022 and a reflection on the impact Covid had on their lives.Continue reading
After moving into a new apartment while the world was in lockdown, artist and design Winnie Chen decided to bring her 16ft empty hallway to life with an interactive mural.