Complessità
[BLANK]
Object Title

Complessità

Part of

Collection: Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses ➔ Series: 2015 (PC020402.11)


Material Category
Thesis
Description
Designer's statement: Have you ever lost yourself looking at a murmuring flock of birds? Emergent structures can be found in many natural phenomena, from the physical to the biological domain. From animals to humans. Complexity is what governs us and our behavior, but its intangible characteristics makes it very hard for us to understand and perceive that we are part of a whole and that there is a complex continuity of human nature with the natural world. We tend to live and see life through a micro-scale without considering the impact of our behavior on a bigger scale, which is what influences our lives. This project explores the relation between the individual and the collectivity, by letting the user be at the mercy of complexity and be physically controlled and hacked by a flocking algorithm.

Creator Keywords:
complexity; flocking system; humanity; interaction design; performance; installation; Galvanic Vestibular Stimulator; system design; digtal art;
Date
May 13 2015
Related people
John Sharp (thesis advisor)
Barbara Morris (thesis advisor)
Enrica Beccalli (designer)
Parsons the New School for Design. Design & Technology Dept. (sponsoring body)
Design
Use Restrictions
In accordance with The New School's Intellectual Property Rights Policy, copyright is held by each thesis' respective author. The responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the user.; http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Identifier
PC020402_2015_becce143

There’s more! What you see on this site is only what is viewable online. Please visit archives.newschool.edu to find out more about what’s in the archives.