ADA
analog interactive installation / kinetic sculpture / post-digital drawing machine

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WONDERSPACES
Pop-Up Museum San Diego, California, USA


Opening: June 2nd
Dates: June 2nd to July 30

7960 Civita Blvd, San Diego, CA 92108, United States










ADA - analog interactive installation / kinetic sculpture / post-digital drawing machine
Named after 19th century English mathematician, Ada Lovelace, ADA is a self-forming artwork and post-industrial “creature”, resembling a molecular hybrid from nano biotechnology. Filled up with helium and spiked with charcoals, the membrane-like globe floats freely in each room it is located and leave marks on the walls, ceilings and floors. It is meant to be a movement to experience visually, like a computer that generates unforeseeable output after receiving a command. > more


WONDERSPACES
is a pop-up museum.  The exhibition range from room-sized interactive art installations to virtual reality films. Sometimes these works alight on the world's cultural capitals, through a pop-up in New York City or the Venice Biennale.   But most of these works will never be enjoyed by the mainstream population that doesn't live in those cities and doesn't spend the thousands of dollars required to attend those events. Starting this Summer in San Diego, Wonderspaces is taking experiential art on the road to new audiences.  In partnership with artists from around the world, we are proud to exhibit over a dozen works for a limited run in each city.> more














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