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Having fun at Image Engineering with the Vector Beam bars, controlled via DMX right from the board!


Installation performed at La Maison Des Jonglages in La Courneuve (Paris).
December 2014.
Music by Egokind & Ozean.


Ferrolic was designed from a strong fascination for the magical material Ferro Fluid. The natural dynamics of this fluid makes that this display bridges the gap between everyday digital screens and tangible reality.

Because the fluid behaves in a unpredictable way, it is possible to give the bodies perceived in the Ferrolic display a strong reference to living creatures. It is this lively hood that enables Ferrolic to show a meaning-full narrative like for instance having the creatures play tag. In addition the natural flow of the material, it can be used to form recognisable shapes and characters. Ferrolic uses these both layers in paralel in order to display scenes and transitions in an poetic, almost dance like, choregraphed way.



a permanent interactive installation for
POLIN – Museum of The History of Polish Jews

“Tangible Storytelling Display Offers A New Way To Experience History At Jewish Museum” –

More info:

Piotr Barszczewski – co-design, code, electronics
Krzysztof Goliński – co-design, code, mapping
Krzysztof Cybulski – co-design, sound
Jakub Koźniewski – original concept, design
Tomasz Gancarczyk – design

Music: Yusuke Tsutsumi – Eaten by the Crowd (edited)
Video: Jakub Koźniewski


For eight months starting in October 2013 we shared photos between Anyang, Korea and Yamaguchi, Japan. Visiting the installation at either location would match your expression and pose in realtime with these photos of someone else who once stood in front of the installation. Thousands of people visited the work, and saw themselves reflected in the face of another person.
Commissioned by The 4th APAP Making Lab
In Collaboration with YCAM Interlab
Music is “Tip toes” by Plusplus

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