Nama is a research project on relational aesthetics, open design and technology, and the thresholds among the Tangible, the Virtual, and the Incorporeal. As outcomes of such research, an open-source soft circuit interface for motion sensing, an audiovisual interactive installation, and a written publication (Bachelor Thesis) were produced.
Project developed at the São Paulo State University.
Conceptual support: Prof. Dr. Dorival Campos Rossi.
Sound design: Ales Tsurko.
2013 The Creators Project
Controlling sound and projections with a piece of high-tech cloth
Abdullah Saeed. New York, US.
2013 Fast Company (Co Design)
A Piece Of Cloth That Conjures Light And Sound
Kyle Vanhemert. New York, UK.
2013 Fashioning Tech
Nama: An Open Source Textile Interface
Syuzi Pakhchyan. Los Angeles, US.
Nama: Arduino technology turns an everyday blanket into an audiovisual instrument
Maks Fus Mickiewicz. London, UK.
2015 International Symposium on Wearable Computers
"Re-Flux" exhibition with Galina Mihaleva. Osaka, JP.
2013 The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale
Exhibition and performance. TAL (Tech Art Lab). Rio de Janeiro, BR.
2013 MAK (Österreichisches Museum für Angewandte Kunst)
"Sonic Fabric" group video exhibition. Vienna, AT.