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Remember

 

 

 

 

This installation occurs in a dark space and dares to bring to life a new form of vintage art.


 In the center of the room there is a typewriter from the 40s. In front of it, on a wall, there is a relay matrix. Each one of the matrix contains a luminous LED and all the necessary connections for its function.


When participants write on the typewriter, the texts are displayed in these electromechanical relay arrays. Each key pressed generates a cataract of changes in the relays that transform sound clicks throughout the space.


The particularity of this typewriter is that it can remember. Remember the actions of the viewers exactly....this machine remembers the actions of all the spectators of the previous day!.


Bringing your memories to the present, the machine illuminates the pressed keys of the previous day, incorporating in the relay matrices the letter pressed at the same time that it was pressed exactly 24 hours before.
Written texts are mixed: between the engravers and those present generating a link between the spectators of yesterday and today, and the latter with the spectators of tomorrow.


The machine alone reproduces, remembers the actions of the past ... viewers think and process texts, relationships and senses.

 

 
VoxMagna Agency, Remember installation, led installation, vintage art, Mariana Rinaldi, new media installation, interactive installation, technological art, artists, events, brands, marketing, innovation, new art form
VoxMagna Agency, Remember installation, led installation, vintage art, Mariana Rinaldi, new media installation, interactive installation, technological art, artists, events, brands, marketing, innovation, new art form
VoxMagna Agency, Remember installation, led installation, vintage art, Mariana Rinaldi, new media installation, interactive installation, technological art, artists, events, brands, marketing, innovation, new art form
VoxMagna Agency, Remember installation, led installation, vintage art, Mariana Rinaldi, new media installation, interactive installation, technological art, artists, events, brands, marketing, innovation, new art form