NADA TARKHAN & AMAN Singhvi
Using sophisticated scientific methods, “Flux Perception” will transform airflow into light. This enveloping light sequence will heighten participants’ perception of airflow, the amount of air travelling through and around our surroundings. As the participants move, they will alter the airflow, and these convergences and collisions will be visualized as changes as a vivid color spectrum. Fusing Architecture, Arts, Science and Technology, this project will set establish new ground for installations in their attempts to catalog, and therefore make us more aware of, our environments.
Project sponsored by
Presented in partnership with the
HARVARD UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN
& AMAN SINGHVI
Nada Tarkhan and Aman Singhvi are second year students at the Graduate School of Design (GSD) at Harvard under the Master in Design Studies program, focusing on energy and environments. Both are architects who are interested in bringing interactive visualizations into the disciplines of energy and design.