INSTALLATION

When do I come into being?

National Institute of Design – New Media

Venue: TBD      Time: TBD

This work of conceptual art provokes the viewer into thinking about when this ‘thing’ called space comes into existence. Is it always out there? Or is it a construct? When do physical or psychological boundaries acquire meaning, such that we inhabit them, abide by them, transgress them, or become trapped within them? This is a typographical, interactive installation which uses a combination of smart inks – photochromic, thermochromic, hydrorchromic, photoluminiscent. The thermochromic inks react to temperature. At different times of the day, depending on the ambient temperature, the work will be partially or fully visible.

SUPPORTED BY:

Jignesh Khakhar
(National Institute of Design – New Media)

Jignesh Khakhar is an Architect of Environments (Spaces, Places & Artefacts) and Information (Data, Interface & Interaction Design). A pedagogue who conducts experiments that aim to push the boundaries of learning, he currently leads the Master’s program in New Media Design at the National Institute of Design, which engages in defining discourse and practice on the ‘design of technology.’

 

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