In collaboration with designers, artists and researchers, I was in charge of organizing the second exhibition of "TECHTILE", which aims to work on a new tactTILE design that utilizes technology. As the theme of this exhibition was “smoothness,” we designed the venue with this theme with “bubbles,” which is one of the smoothest material, at the same time stimulating the sense of touch. Foam requires a structurally stable state and has the property of maintaining the joint angle at 120 degrees. We created a space where the most advanced exhibits and primitive natural phenomena fused by incorporating the bubble's natural principles into design. The bubbles were generated by a pump, changing their state over time, while illuminated by light.
"Touch the Invisibles," was created together with researchers and media artists known for perception mechanisms, when designing the "TECHTILE #2" exhibition. On the display screen, shadows of "information life" in the shape of a miniature human figure walks around; their relationship projected like bubbles. It is a project connecting the experimental interface with information of the real world. When traced with your finger attached to the device, the vibration bounces back.