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Liquid Space – Daan Roosegaarde

  • On April 13, 2006

Daan Roosegaarde describes his work as fluctuating between sculpture and architecture. Last year he unveiled his 4d pixel project and it appeared widely over the blogosphere. Last week I got the opportunity to find out more about his work when he talked at Game Set Match. Out of all his work his liquid space projects which he continues to develop were of most interest to me since he shares my curiosity with physically transforming space.

Liquid Space is a space which physically reacts to the behavior of the visitor. Through the use of sensors, software and mechanisms, the space changes in form and sound. This way, a dynamic situation is created in which visitor and space become one.

Liquid 2.0 which is under development is an interactive living cocoon which physically adapts to sounds of the visitors. Daan is hoping it will be more adaptive, more sensual, and more dangerous.

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