Nadi - Kinetics of Yoga
Nadi is a performance based art piece which investigates the kinetics of the body through three beautiful series of visual. It is a live interactive art show to exhibit the beauty and harmony Yoga practice entails. First series of Visual, Linear Trail is a sculpture made by the sequence of Surya Namaskar, which radiates the duality of Human system. Second series, Radial Trail is a testimony to the power of circle in the practice. Third, is Particle Trail which visually demonstrate the Energy field built around the Human body as one segues into the practice. Nadi originates from personal inquiry and is still in the making. It got featured in the Discovery Channel, the Creators Project, Codame at San Francisco, and Innofest at IIsc.
This self initiated project stem from the idea that our voice reverberates differently in the various lengths and breadths of Monuments. Sound and Structure was to investigate how each cityscape has a unique soundscape. Would urban architecture sound different from that of an ancient architecture? How does sound travel in such landscapes or even monumental structures? Can cityscape make their own symphonies? Can these unique symphonies be of any importance to us to understand the respective city? These were some of the investigation points from where this project originated. It is in the process of developing into an app, where anyone can draw a structure or a form and generate music with it. This project was made with the help of Pure data and Processing.
A fun and interactive display of the attendees Digital portrait, morphed into a generative form. The idea is to have such personal level interactions at Public spaces, like malls or use something more meaningful like the data we generate at social media platforms to stitch itself into a Digital sculpture. The visual capabilities make a powerful tool for Data Visualisation, which is our region of interest.
Rain at Yogarambh
For the first Yoga International day festival in Bangalore at Presidential Towers, Yeshwantpur, we built an interactive space. The space was built in a 20 by 14 feet enclosed parameters, with a screen 12 feet wide. The sensorial space was designed specially for all age group, it was fun and interactive, at the same time had a thematic resonance with the festival. It went on to become the headlines at the Bangalore Mirror and had everyone's likes.