A COLLECTION OF INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCES
One Person Dialogue
One Person Dialogue is a collection of interactive installations that reflect your image in different morphs. The work opens up portals to other dimensions for a temporary escape from reality, turning a monologue into a dialogue and urge you to talk to your multidimensional self.
The work is exhibited at "Spectacle," a one-night art bar event in the W2K Art Space. The term "Spectacle" is referred to a book La société du spectacle in 1967 by a French thinker, Guy Debord. He referred to a unique social relationship as the result of the tide of capitalism and consumerism. In such a social pattern, an individual’s life transformed into an accumulation of crushed desire. The creative and pioneering spirits of individuals began to drift away, leaving only the empty minds untouched. Individuals successfully escaped the destiny of conforming and colonizing, only to turn to self-colonization. To break away from this predicament, we encourage citizens of our time to release their animated spirit in this audio-visual experience.
Project Type /
Exhibition Design & Curation
W2K Art Space