In the ‘Animated Tower’, staff and students from the University of Health Sciences in Switzerland opened and closed the windows and shutters to create various patterns.
Students and staff from the University of Health Sciences (HESAV) in Switzerland took part in a human and architectural performance called ‘Animated Tower,’ which was realized by the Swiss artist Guillaume Reymond (NOTsoNOISY) and Trivial Mass Production. A building was turned into a giant analog display, with each of the 110 windows acting as ‘pixels.’
Those inside opened and closed the windows and shutters on the 11 floors in various sequences to form different patterns. The Animated Tower was created for the celebration “HESAV fait ses 400 coups!” from 1st to 8th of November 2012. Watch the video below to see the performance: