Inspired by the Bauhaus master László Moholy-Nagy, we created a 3D interactive shadow sculpture as a site-specific installation on the first floor of RMIT's Design Hub. The machine responded to sound within close range and spun around creating a visual dance with the mirrors of the sculpture and the overhead lights. The piece encouraged viewers to spark conversation in order to make the machine work. This was part of the inter-disciplinary Augmented Landscapes studio in 2015 with Interior Designers, Landscape Architects and Industrial Designers.
By Brian Guan, Sheng (Eric) Xu and Jo Quinn