What the tech?

Combining cyber architecture with interactive technology and sensory experiences, the Tuiteratura installation reflects the collaborative spirit of social networks and proposes engagement between the public and the installation itself. Excerpts from famous literary pieces dance across the screen alongside user submitted Tweets using the hashtag #tuiteratura. In person, users can leave their own mark by using physical motions to control an interactive keyboard, further contributing to the exhibit’s content.

Designers: Estudio Guto Requena & Atelier Marko Brajovic

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