Datum Explorer is a multi-platform project, creating an exploratory virtual experience of the English countryside from anywhere in the world.
KCR, a documentary and installation tracing the path of the defunct Karachi Circular Railway in Karachi, Pakistan, through a spatialized archive of video, stills, text, and drone aerial footage.
Want to play traffic cop? Thanks to our monitored society, you can. Visit the scene of a crime by live webcam or inform the police of an offense.
This intense mix of confession, radio play and moral reflection challenges two listeners to engage in a conversation with a stranger.
Contribute to the reconstruction of Fukushima following the nuclear disaster, using construction kits based on Google Street View images.
Installation art in which you experience the final minutes of a celebrity made as a scent documentary.
This installation and app invites you to step into the very heart of conflict situations and find out why people engage in violence.
Blurring the boundaries between “born” and “made,” the futuristic menu of this fictional restaurant includes knitted steak and 3D-printed marrow eggs.
This installation lifts unknown Chinese factory workers out of anonymity – suddenly, they are right before our eyes.
An algorithm uses an image to generate prose and poetry, while a surveillance camera scans for faces and describes what it sees in “spoken” words.
The Louniverse visualizes how Loulou, Philip Toledano’s daughter, interacts with an iPad. “It was fascinating to see how rapt she became – disappearing so completely into a universe beyond the screen.”
A video installation on the split in modern Russian society, with streaming citizen video replacing the official media narrative.
An interactive performance installation allowing the user to enter the body and mind of another person.
An interactive documentary in which the viewer can navigate through 30 couples discussing the big themes of love and relationships.
An installation exploring the beauty and complexity of technology, and providing a glimpse into unsuspecting coffeepots and offices all over the world.
The artist Paolo Cirio prints life-sized pictures of people found on Google’s Street View, and posts them at the exact spot where they were taken.
It is visible in the news, on the radio, in the newspapers: Greece has no money and is deeply caught in the crisis.
A meta-documentary that reflects on the interactive documentary.
An individual, immersive experience that uses the latest technologies to transport its users to a virtual mix between Shanghai and Brussels.