InsideOut is a multimedia installation mimicing climatic phenomena
Installations are set apart from sculpture and architecture for a reason, as they present a more multi-layered experience. It is especially true for multimedia driven projects that make use of various technological innovations and draw in all human senses. Leigh Sachwitz, founder of creative studio Flora&faunavisions, exploited all these inherent possibilities at her installation InsideOut. Premiered at the Triennial of Photography in Hamburg, Sachwitz’s work is constituted of an intimate architectural space that is interwoven by an audio-visual layer.
InsideOut was inspired by the dramatic skies and hectic weather conditions of Sachwitz’s home, Scotland. She worked together with producer Andi Tome, who, as an expert in audio-mapping, was responsible for the video animation and sound effect part of the installation. The structure consists of a skeletal aluminium architectural frame, covered with translucent fabric walls that work as a backdrop for the projection.
The result is an intimate, enclosed, yet, due to its transparency, open space, where visitors can experience a range of natural phenomena from sunlight through tope, thunder to cloud burst, all accompanied by authentic audial effects. After the presentation on Hamburg, the stunning piece will take a mini-tour in Europe, making appearances in Amsterdam and Vienna in the near future.
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