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Weather Station For Kids

August 2nd, 2016

Weather Station, developed for a children playground in Bangkok, is an installation that aims to encourage children to appreciate a relationship between nature and science through the movement of wind. The installation consists of an array of wind vanes, hand-held fans, and anemometers. Kids will be able to create their own wind and learn about wind direction and speed. Data collected by anemometers can later be used to create another interactive art piece to be installed elsewhere in the premises.

 

 

An Interactive Installation for “New Aged Citizens” Exhibition

24 February – 29 May 2016
Gallery 2, Thailand Creative and Design Center (TCDC)
http://www.tcdc.or.th/calendar/exhibition/24553

Featuring interactive population pyramids that visualize the velocity Thailand is becoming an “aging society” in comparison to the world and six other nations representing different society types. Generational groups are also shown parallel to the growing pyramids. This project is our attempt to present statistical data in a way that viewers can easily relate to.

Interactive Art Installation

March 12th, 2015

Our re-interpretation of a lion sculpture at the top of a stair plinth as an environmental art proposal for a lobby in a financial building in Bangkok.

The Yellow Stairways

December 18th, 2014

Our art installation project proposal, “The Yellow Stairways,” explores the possibilities of creating a harmonious public/outdoor environment that encourages both interaction and reflection among users. It intends to create a metaphorical atmosphere in which infinite imagination is the ultimate goal.

Here is a video showing an interactive installation, The Big Book, at Thai PBS Museum, which was complete in 2012.

Conceptually, The Big Book (or Interactive Monumental Dictionary) plays with a pre-perceived notion of traditional inscription stones with an intent to provoke a conversation about the relationship between trustworthiness of monumental objects and reliability of the content engraved on them.

 

Another one.

One of our unused design concept sketches for an upcoming temporary interactive exhibition design in Bangkok.

Our recent interactive installation visualizing level of freedom of countries around the globe. Exhibition will be open to public end of this month at Thai PBS Museum.

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