Nervous Structure – Cuppetelli & Mendoza

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Interactive projected sculpture? I need more of this in my life. This particular piece is called Nervous Structure (Field), and was recently completed by Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza. It consists of a structure of 144 vertical lines made of elastic, which are hung up and illuminated by a video projector. As the viewer moves in front of the structure their motions affect the projections, creating a rippling effect.

Annica Cuppetelli & Cristobal Mendoza, Nervous Structure (2011)

Cuppetelli and Mendoze, from the United States and Venezuela respectively, create site-specific, multimedia installations that ‘address issues of space, interaction, and materiality,’ they say. This work is immersive; it beckons you to interact with it and determine its nature.

Watch it in action here:

Via Triangulation.

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