'peasouper', an installation created by jason bruges studio for yota space
all images © laura pannack for yota space
an interactive immersive environment, 'peasouper' was created by uk-based jason bruges studio
exclusively for the yota space
digital art exhibition in st. petersburg, russia.
the images of visitors to the space appear as though through a thick fog
images of visitors are rendered in four fog-filled transparent tanks lining the center of the space.
lit in different colours, these tanks replay the footage on a time delay from one another,
so that a visitor moving through the space continues with each step to see his actions repeated in front of him.
the fog not only creates an ethereal, distorted silhouette
but also generates a more three-dimensional impression of the images.
the effect suggests the experience of wandering through the 'pea soup fog' of london,
encountering through the cloudy air the broken lightbeams and blurry visages of passers-by.
a visitor interacts with the installation
video © jason bruges studio
jenny filippetti I designboom
feb 02, 2011