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My first large scale solo show "New Nature" opens up October 12th at @ARTECHOUSE in DC 🇺🇸 3 months, multiple rooms, interactive displays, and all my organic explorations in one place 🌿 Link in bio 🔗 . . . #artechouse #artechousedc #newnature #newnaturedc #leapmotion #unity #madewithunity #interactive #interactiveart #artwork #digitalart #digitalsculpture #motion #design #motiondesign #animation #generativeart #generative #art #contemporaryart #newmedia #newmediaart #newmediaartist #marpi
Step into a colorful digital menagerie of nature-inspired creatures and plant life that will react in real-time to your gestures and actions.
New Nature by Marpi, the latest interactive art exhibition at ARTECHOUSE, explores our organic world through an immersive audio-visual experience, incorporating computer learning (A.I.), responsive technology, and music. Driven by your sensory movements, the multi-user artworks create real-time generative patterns, forming a virtual terrarium of insects, plants, creatures, landscapes, planets, and more, all in different shapes and sizes. These ever-evolving worlds morph and melt over time, reacting to people throughout the space. Marpi’s work harnesses the power of cutting-edge digital tools to offer new ways of interpreting the ecosystems and organic processes all around us.
BOREALIS, a festival of light will debut in Seattle on October 11-14 2018,
at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) on South Lake Union.
A kaleidoscope of light, color, and illusion will transform the exterior of MOHAI, showcasing an international video projection mapping competition in four nightly performances. A self-guided walking tour throughout the South Lake Union neighborhood of two dozen light art installations from regional and international artists and artist teams rounds out the festival.