For the Fashion Icon – Frida Kahlo exhibition at CascaiShopping we were invited to create videos and interactive displays to accompany original photos of Frida Kahlo.
Inspired by the legendary artist we took some models, fashion styled them accordingly, and shot slow-motion videos that would depict still frames with nuances of movement.
We also created interactive screens allowing the visitors to control the movement of the models by their proximity to the screens.
Client: SOTA – Agência de Arte
Special thanks: Valentim de Carvalho
For Cascais Village Museum, we developed an interactive painting, where our ancestor King D. Carlos I becomes alive and welcomes the visitors.
This painting detects when some one is near, followed by the King presenting himself and giving a brief introduction to the museum. We were also commissioned to develop an interactive 3D video mapping projection to discover the history of Cascais. In this unique installation, the visitors can select and navigate different subjects about the village´s history, activating the video mapped projection on the wings of this beautiful installation named “Seagull”, symbol of the village´s strong connection to the sea.
Client: Câmara Municipal de Cascais
“BIAL ENVOLVE” is the name of a project that resulted in a very innovative solution: a stand with a video mapping over the body of a human scale mannequin.
To capture the attention of people, this video mapping multimedia contents exposed various layers of the human body together with audio effects that made reference to futuristic medical diagnostic equipment.
When people came near they were surprised to see something they have never seen before.
Beyond the visual experience, people had the opportunity to interact, and choose different clinical cases to showcase over the body.
The premiere of the video mapping stand happened at the “Update em Medicina“ event, one of the reference medical events in Portugal, in Herdade dos Salgados.
For the “Pordata Viva” exhibition at Pavilhão do Conhecimento – Ciência Viva, we were commissioned to develop several interactive educational experiences.
Such as: “DJ Data”, a game connecting dance rhythms & statistical data; “Which country is this”, an arcade game to interpret “statistically-deformed” maps; “Data and I”, a fun installation where visitors jump in order to fill empty slots with colourful ping-pong balls, creating a visitor´s participative graphic.
Planning and exhibit development: Pav. Conhecimento
Client: Pordata – Fundação Francisco Manuel dos Santos