(Video) SMS Installation Collapses Spatial Relations With Wordplay

(Video) SMS Installation Collapses Spatial Relations With Wordplay

An exquisite corpse that hinges on architecture and social media

Lisa Baldini
  • 30 july 2010

Gravity is the latest installation from 2roqs studios that utilizes mobile technology, physics, architecture, sound to create a system that operates like a socialized exquisite corps. Displaying text messages sent in by the onlookers, the movement and sounds are dictated by a complex algorithm that accounts for spatial relations and physics of the buildings’ architecture; in this manner, the topological constraints of the real world extend into the virtual.

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