|Follow Dada is an interactive installation that investigates the relationship between information density, physical distance, and intuitive human acts. It is composed of two software projections on the wall and floor, and a sensor system that captures the proximity of the viewers. The visual information projected on the wall is responsive to the proximity of the viewers. As the viewer gets closer, the rectangular body of the information gets divided into smaller pieces, becoming more detailed. When the viewer moves back, the information is altered to become less detailed.
2006 Collision Nine. Art Interactive. Cambridge, MA