A VR mini-series in 10 episodes. As you emerge from your mother’s womb in a Paris hospital, you see the world and the world sees you for the first time. When you come face to face with your thirty-something parents (your mother is looking haggard after her labour, your father anxious and already wary), they see a physical defect affecting your face, one that will mark you forever. Will they be able to cope with this misfortune?. Another life is just beginning for them, one of hell and love, one where they must master their distress and achieve a new equilibrium. Can they accept you as you are?. Welcome to the world of a newborn infant.
Californium is a subjective search and exploration game inspired by the life and work of American science-fiction writer Philip K. Dick. You play as Elvin Green, a writer trapped in powerful, contradictory multiple realities. Guided by a mysterious being, will you find out what lies behind the pretenses? Explore the worlds of Californium!
Homo Machina is a 2D exploration game inspired by Dr Fritz Kahn’s iconic illustrations of the inner workings of the human body. The player navigates inside the industrial palace of the man-machine, solving puzzles along the way. This metaphorical journey within the extraordinary world of the human body allows the player to make sense of our inner biology with the help of Kahn’s simple and evocative graphic system.
Wei or Die
They had two days to get integrated. Two days out of sight. Everything should have remained secret. But a body was found. WEI OR DIE is a new kind of fiction, immersive and interactive, placing the web surfer at the heart of a hazing weekend that turns into a nightmare. Seazed by the police, every live image recorded by the students during the weekend is re-synchronized and arranged on a timeline. As the story unfolds, users are free to choose which footage they want to watch and to switch from one camera to another.
Bike for a better world
Biking has multiple benefits for individuals’ health and finances as well as for the environment and sustainability. My project is promoting bicycling generally, for recreation, for transportation, as well as for fun through a visually appealing, interactive interface. I hope that users will be able to learn more about biking data and then be able to make more informed decisions in the future.
Alien WebMD is an Internet zine that visually expresses a collective consciousness about various topics, mediated through the unique and self-referential language and framework of the Internet, using illustrations, audio, gifs, memes, video, prose, popups, essays, and images collaged together. The zine further explores virtual renditions of real and imagined places as interpreted through the lens of DIY web technology, and invites a non-hierarchical exploration of interactive webpages.
The Anthropocene Cookbook - Eating for our future survival
Humans have been cultivating animals and plants for more than 10000 years. But we can no longer live of mother Earth’s resources the same way as we did before. With the presence of the new geological epoch - the Anthropocene, it becomes evident that “the ecological catastrophe has already happened” (Morton). We have to adjust now if we want to survive. The important question for our near future is how to feed the soon-to-be 9 billion population.
"Caminandar" expanded book
Christian Felipe Lizarralde Gómez, María Griselda Gómez Fries, Camila A. Campos Quintana, David Moreno Galeano, Santiago Valencia / Colombia
Creation Social Interface (ISC) is a doctoral research about the interactions between two knowledge interfaces: the community of the island of La Plata in Bahía Málaga, located in the Colombian Pacifc of the Valle del Cauca, and the Hipermedia Laboratory (HiperLab) Of the Univeridad del Calle (Colombia), with the purpose of designing collaborative artistic practices as a device for the conservation of the ancestral knowledges of the South Pacifc of Colombia.