For the exhibition Kandinsky Color Experience MediaMash Studio asked us to animate some works of the artist to engage the audience through interactive experiences.
Our idea was to give to the audience a chance to interact and immerse themselves in the art of Vassily Kandinsky. We bring interactivity processes into the exhibition thanks to leap motion and virtual painting. The audience had also the chance to see other visitors interactions with the art works, in real time, using VR headset.
We created four immersive site specific installations through the exhibition itinerary, re-elaborating some of the works by Vassily Kandinsky. We animated the little characters of Sky Blue projecting on the floor, making them move as unicellular creatures observed through a microscope. We developed the content for a projection mapping animation on a nine meters long wall, letting the audience have an overview on Vassily Kandinsky’s artistic practice and his main sources of inspiration. We also developed two different immersive installations where the public can be immersed within the works of the artist. With Transverse Line, we wanted to create a virtual environment, so we extrapolate the elements of the painting, creating 3D animated objects floating all around the user who, using VR headsets, can live a visual experience directly inside the art work. The last installation takes advantage of leap motion potential, allowing the audience to compose the artwork Circles in a Circle thanks to hands movements reactive sensors.