Project

Finding A New Terrain is an Augmented Reality sculpture consisting of three digital experiences using stone, wood, print, water and light. Questioning how can we use a new augmented layer between the digital and physical world, this piece explores how different materials show different behaviours in an augmented space. The endangered black Ebony tree for example is tearing to particles, due to its deforestation; on the other side the exhibited stone transforms into pieces but merges into its origin form, due to its sustainable matter.

Material

Unity, Cinema4D, Vuforia, Print, marker recognition, Stone, Wood, Metal, Water, Light, Print

Collaborators & Press

Concept & Production: Perry-James Sugden & Daria Jelonek

CLOT Magazine
DROOL Creatives
ArtRabbit


Contact

Perry-James Sugden

SET Studio

SE1 3AW, London

perry@studioaboveandbelow.com

+44 7886028216

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