Published: 05.12.2018 to 15:58:14
Staging the room for our final presentation!
Published: 05.12.2018 to 15:56:10
The story of Cumulus is complete 💛
Published: 05.12.2018 to 03:36:08
For our third year students, their final project consisted of a large, interactive installation that took place for a week at the popular #canalconvergence event in Scottsdale, Arizona. Thoughout the week, we will showcase each student project for #asudesignfinals!
💦 Pictured: "Hidden Flow" by Jane Chen and Cooper Newnam.
This playful experience involved magnetic powder flowing into patterns representative of water. People were encouraged to move these objects around, which included interpretative drawings from middle schoolers they collaborated with. The result: a symbolic discovery of water flowing through our community through the patterns of magnetic sand that took shape.
☁💧About CUMULUS + DROPS💧☁
34 #industrialdesign students envisioned a series of installations to engage visitors with different interactive experiences.
Based on the input from Tonalea middle students and in collaboration with interior architecture graduate students, our industrial design juniors developed a series of unique artifacts aimed to highlight awareness of community and water.
Published: 05.12.2018 to 03:04:33
Published: 05.12.2018 to 02:28:37
An Iceberg in Arizona! An Iceberg with a capital "I" anyway. One of my favorite things about winter in Scottsdale is checking out the new public art displays in Old Town. Some are short lived, others last for months. It makes things feel really festive! The Iceberg was originally created for a festival in Montreal to tell the story of an Iceberg (who knew they had stories to tell?). And now #Iceberg is spending the winter in the Sonoran Desert. The metallic arches are interactive and as people pass through each arch, they're triggered to create sounds and display lights. It's fun!
P.S.- you can see my son highlighted walking through the Iceberg. I force him to do "artsy" things with me. 😁
Published: 05.12.2018 to 02:15:13