I recently collaborated on a multimedia installation called The Interactive New York (T.I.N.Y.) with Yu+Co. Inspired by the sensory experience of New York, the piece featured projection mapping and interactive sound elements. I was working as part of a small international team designing and producing the temporary installation.

The public could explore the space and control projections with their voice, as well as trigger sounds from the speakers by walking around to different areas. I was asked to design self-contained motion activated speakers which were placed throughout the environment. These speakers played field recordings from different parts of the city.

The space was interesting in that it was filled with repurposed shipping containers. Part of a redevelopment plan, the containers will soon be filled with boutiques and vendors and it will be known as Superpier. The installation was a kickoff event to bring public awareness to the space.

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