Cloud Pink is an interactive installation by Seoul-based creative Everyware (formed by Hyunwoo Bang and Yunsil Heo) that allows the public to live out their childhood dreams of touching and manipulating clouds. The immersive piece features a fabric screen that invites visitors to poke and prod the material from below, thereby causing a visual reaction in the projected simulation of wafting pink clouds.
The multimedia project promotes a sense of childlike wonder and playfulness as visitors unabashedly touch the overhead graphics and watch them react in spectacular, cloudy configurations. The smooth transitions present a sense of realism while simultaneously offering a surreal experience.
Be sure to check out two videos, below, of visitors eagerly interacting with the responsive installation.
The City Series by McNabb & Co.
The City Series is a collection of wood sculptures that represent a woodworker’s journey from the suburbs to the city. Each piece depicts the outsider’s perspective of the urban landscape. Made entirely of scrap wood, this work is an interpretation of making something out of nothing. Each piece is cut intuitively on a band saw. The result is a collection of architectural forms, each distinctly different from the next.
Twins by Björn Andersson Studio
Two versions, one with the light facing the observer and one turned away generating a indirect and smooth mood light.
Seine Arche Nanterre by X-TU
Monolithic forms broken up by the varied façade patterning.
Renderings by Marcin Pająk