All posts tagged: computational art

Hyundai Pavilion by Asif Khan, 2018

Hyundai Pavilion by Asif Khan Studio commissioned by Hyundai Motors Company for PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games 2018 introduced the darkest building on earth. As the world’s darkest building, the Hyundai Pavilion during the olympic game brought the automobile brand’s vision of future mobility to a […]

Computational Physics and Human Movement, 2017

This is a  performance project that exhibits in real-time, a process of a man counterbalancing with the computer motions through drawing. The Project experiments with 5 different computational senses, motions and analyse how different computational senses can impose different physical movements to human body. The […]

Capoeira Performing Device, 2014

Architectural reinterpretation of Brazilian martial art ‘Capoeira’. This was the first project of my second year at Bartlett school of architecture. Inspired by the movement of the capoeira and the characteristic of it being rhythmical yet energetic continuously changing its shape and re-forming the circles. […]