Filip Roca won the first award in the professional category attending the International Festival Mapping in Girona known also as FIMG 2015, discovering the projection mapping. The idea was to visually represent how nature and human interact, presenting each one’s formalization in graphic shapes. The idea is to explore, study and represent the contradictions and differences in the natural landscape of Catalonia area, and oppose it to the visual aspects of the human mark in it. Differences between human and nature growth, contradictions in forms, structures, shapes.  The goal is to visually represent how they interact, and how the building mapped can express through the projection the contradiction of it’s own structure and the natural elements that surround. Check it out this video to better understand.



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