Compulsive Syncs

by Ivana Petrusevski
DECEMBER 2012

MSc AAC, UCL STUDENT PROJECT
tutor Ava Fatah

Compulsive syncs is interactive installation letting the simple rule emerging to complexity. The task is getting to the other side of the line without crossing it. It results with consequential control and coordination synchronizing users in space and time. Two tasks, both the border and the gap, are product of action of both users. They are generated by creating mutant points with mixed coordinates of users, and require them to think and to act together. The act of trying to complete the task evokes compulsive movement reactions of users, repetitive and somewhat discomforting. Project also explores organizational elements, patterns of movement, in relation to personal space, proximity, action and reaction.

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