Your Eye’s Motion by LUNAÂ iâ€‹s an exploration of human perception through robotic motion. The installation tracks the position of your eye and the direction of gaze as an input for controlling a small robotic arm situated inside an enclosed environment. The gaze of the viewer is mapped on the range of motion of the robotic arm to create an extension of the eye and take the body to places it cannot access otherwise (similar to an optical device). Building on post-cognitivist thought, our approach favors a view of perception as an ongoing exploration and explores visual agency.
Ugly Duck, Anamorphic Waves, 2019
Grow Hackney, Sense 4: Perception, 2019
Observer Peeping into Luna’s World
Color Shifting Light Artifacts Created by Luna’s Motion
The Polymelia Project considers the human body as an assemblage; a collection of heterogeneous components, a material-informational entity whose boundaries undergo continuous construction and reconstr...