Decode at Garage
This is the last week to view the exhibition “Decode: Digital Design Sensations” at Garage Center for Contemporary Culture.
The former Bakhmetevsky Bus Garage, designed by a famous architect Konstantin Melnikov in 1926.
I liked the advanced technologies used for an interactive liberation of dandelion from flying seeds with a help of something like hair dryer.
“Venetian mirror” reminds a room of distorting mirrors, but the appearance of a digital reflection with time delay creates the captivating effect for the reflected.
Girl and the ball.
What is it made of?