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For Use/Numen‘s team have been doing some interesting installations using nothing but transparent packing tape to create some huge, self-supporting topologies that visitors (specially the children ) can climb inside and explore. So far they have four installations documented at their website.
I think the most interesting one would be the one they made at Odeon , Vienna for the “Quer” symposium of interactivity , where the idea for the installation originates in a set design concept for a dance performance in which the form evolves from the movement of the dancers between the pillars . so the resulting shape is a (tape) recording of the choreography, which I think is a very good example to remember us all that interactive installations can also be done without any digital media at all.
Temholf / Berlin 10
-240 hours work (6 people, 4days)
-700 rolls of transparent self adhesive tape ( 38 km , 56 kg)
– 380 Euros
International Design Festival DMY
Berlin, Airport Tempelholf
Mikser / Belgrade 10
-300 hours work (6 people 5 days)
-1000 rolls of transparent self adhesive tape (50 km , 86kg)
Mikser Design Expo , Belgrade
Odeon / Viena 10
– Dance performance in wich the form evolves from the movement of the dancers between te pillars .
– 530 rolls of transparent self adhesive tape (35km , 45 kg )