Urban Museum of Meteorites Bogotá, 26oo meters closer to the stars (and of the asteroids, and meteorites ..) The Urban Museum of Meteorites is created as a typographic intervention that uses the holes of the city of Bogotá to document false meteorite falls, in an attempt to satire and at the same time to poetize… Continue reading Urban Museum of Meteorites
"Tactiloscope" is an interactive artifact that poetically re-elaborates body and space by means of visual and sound representation of tactile experience. This project explores how we can make perceptual experiences, that are subjective, ostensible for others; by shaping and modifying perception. As an exploration of concepts such as synaesthesia -mingling of the senses -, hypnagogia… Continue reading Tactiloscope: a machine to feel to see
Pataphysic Postal Service seeks to motivate and inspire girls between ages 6 and 11. Through co – created letters with women scientists, in which girls explore their surroundings using science and technology as a medium with the help of activities they can do in their spare time parallel to their formal education. Girls are as… Continue reading Pataphysic Postal Service
Starting from a specific space: the Design Plaza of Los Andes University, a sound exploration was carried out to design an interactive object that "touched" the space in the form of sound graffiti. These woodpeckers are an imagined species, mechanically resting on the metal pipes that drain the water, which act as trees. A solenoid… Continue reading Wood-woodpecker
One tweet, two tweets, thousands. STORIES MADE WITHOUT PERMISSION is a project that creates stories and poems with others people's tweets. It is born from the need to put thousands of voices in conversation that don't know each other, and speak to each other without knowing it. This book is about the unexpected encounters. -
This project is a textile book about embroider. Embroidering and un-embroidering ideas, prejudgements and achievements of women who dare to contradict ideas about femininity through history. The original phrases were taken from Google Search® autocomplete when written: Women can, women should, women must. Women Should? Concept, art direction and illustrations: Diana Sánchez Barrios Design and implementation: Laura Naranjo & Diana… Continue reading Women Should?