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Interactive Walls with Russia’s Concrete Jungle

Posted on June 8, 2013

Experimental Walls that React To Your Movement

Vladivostok-based Street Artists Feliks Mashkov and Vadim Gerasimenko have created a lot of graffiti and Street Art murals on city walls in the last few years, usually with aerosol. Just last year we got to watch them paint a wall right here in Brooklyn.

Like many young techno-savvy young artists working on the street today, Concrete Jungle, as they call themselves, have been also interested in finding new innovative ways to work with ever-cheaper and more sophisticated electronics and materials. Here are images of their recent explorations in the idea of creating wall interactivity with people walking by.

Concrete Jungle. Vladivostok, Russia. (photo © Aleksey Filimonov)

This room installation is currently on view at the Arsenev Regional Museum in their home city and features sensors that react to pedestrians by illuminating geometric shapes they call “objects”.  According to where you are, the art will change.

“The installation is about creating a visual interaction between the viewer and the object of art. Our main aim is to create an ‘object – object’ system where the observer becomes observed and vice versa,” say the guys.

Concrete Jungle. Vladivostok, Russia. (photo © Aleksey Filimonov)

Concrete Jungle. Vladivostok, Russia. (photo © Aleksey Filimonov)

Concrete Jungle. Vladivostok, Russia. (photo © Aleksey Filimonov)

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