Istanbul creative new media agency Ouchhh keeps hammering at the edges of art, design, and technology with their newest commissioned work, a striking six-projector installation in Paris called AVA V2 inspired by the work of Buckminster Fuller.

“AVA V2 was created by using projection mapping on a hemisphere structure made of semi transparent fabric. We developed our own technology which enabled the mapping to be projected in all 360 degrees. This installation and its structure were designed with assembly/disassembly in mind, thus allowing the installation to be re-performed anywhere in the same conditions.

Direction_Design_Animation: Ouchhh
Sound Design: Audiofil

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