Realtime generated touch wall that changes it’s visuals and audio depending on different kind of interactions based on different kinds of loneliness
It’s important that tech-heavy installations still have a solid concept behind them. This is to make sure that technology is the tool and not the goal. The research of this project started in books. We wanted to make an installation about loneliness. We were quickly conflicted with how personal everyone’s relation with loneliness is. We kept it quite abstract to make sure everyone can feel connected with their own personal look on loneliness. The way we presented the installation was also in a way so everyone could experience it their own way. Even though the wall was interactive, we didn’t force people into interaction. We even got them some seats so people could watch and think about the complicated question we presented them. “Are we allowed to be lonely”