Family Affair is an interactive installation on family trees, identity, and the way we perceive time. The participant is given a flashlight at the entrance. As he lights up the wall, family portraits appear. But as he reveals them, he also « diggs in » the next generation’s layer. The result is a patchwork of ancestors and parents, ending as he reveals the current generation.


Distort timespace.

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« Log A Rythm » in gallery Helmrinderknecht, Berlin

« Log A Rythm » in ECAL gallery, Milan


The last interactive installation online now! The project has already been exhibited at the Milan Design Fair 2010 and is now on its way to Berlin’s Design Days.

The birds detect the whistles and they respond by whistling back in answer or flying away. Keep on truckin!