Scan, You Feel Me? 
interactive installation, 2019
recycled wood, leap motion, arduino, steppermotor, scanner parts, ledstrip, webcam 

Foto: Saskia de Jong

March // 2019
Cinedans Festival, Eye Filmmuseum, Amsterdam
July // 2019
Wibar, Leiden
September // 2019
Bring Your Own Beamer, Utrecht

        ‘Scan, You Feel Me?’ is an interactive installation about the relationship between man and machine. The installation calls for your attention with a light pattern, mechanical sounds and restless movements. As soon as you stand at a minimal distance, it seems as if the machine requires physical contact. You may feel uncomfortable at first and turn around quickly or you might be curious and engage in a collaboration. What does this say about your relationship with technology?

Film: Saskia de Jong

Foto: Saskia de Jong

The participant can influence the movement of the LED-bar and the visualization on the screen. What follows is a interaction between man and machine that some will experience as a frustrating fight for power and others as a peaceful collaboration. The response from both man and machine is unpredictable; there are certain patterns and rhythms, but the outcome will always differ.

Foto: Kaka Lee

In collaboration with Saskia de Jong, Fleur van der Kaaden and Ids Timmerije