On display November 8–17
Digital Tintamarresque combines customs of past centuries with modern technology for an Instagram-ready photo op. Just like a retro tintamarresque—where people poke their faces through a board to complete an image on the other side—this installation invites visitors to step up and pose for photos, but the image around them generates at random. Using Izobrulo’s Polylight technology and LEDs, Digital Tintamarresque chooses at random a colorful LED design representing customary dress from three different historical periods.
Time and location to be determined.
Isobrulo Polylight is a design studio based in Moscow, Russia, that focuses on future fabrication and speculative approaches, including the Polylight Art series that uses innovative technology to create smart LED-based works in a variety of custom shapes. Studio founder Ilya Sobol is a multidisciplinary artist, inventor, creative entrepreneur, and technologist. His diverse artistic experience includes interactive, immersive, and participative works. Dmitry Sokolov is an artist and creative developer who works as the founder and tech director of the Moscow-based art group VARENYE ORGANIZM. Combined, the two organizations have exhibited their work in Brazil, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Russia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, and the United States.
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