Year: 2018
Clients: Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
Project Team: Andrew Witt, Tobias Nolte, Gavin Ruedisueli

Taking inspiration from the optical tricks of Dutch renaissance interiors and the elements of classical architecture, we propose a journey through a strange sequence of retina-melting spatial scans.

Each sequence is a disorienting collage of black and white or saturated patterns drawn from contemporary technology - barcodes, stripes, structured light projections, glitches – projected onto a constantly changing caryatid. The result is a dance between space, plane, texture, and light: ambiguity between what is a texture of the object and what is projected, what is in front and behind, at once highly sculptural and highly graphic. The project revisits classical elements of architecture in an age of machine perception.