A true multimedia experience, 4D watercolour combines projection mapping, watercolour painting, audio and sound reaction. The installation plays with ideas of time and reality, their representation on two dimensional surfaces and perceptual illusions to achieve a stunning effect.
The work involves a large, framed, watercolour painted by Mowgli which is projection mapped with various lighting effects and sound reactive animations. It runs through an ever evolving cycle which is accompanied by a sound track produced by Darien J creating a truly magical atmosphere.
The experience explores what qualities of movement convey a sense of presence, a sentience that is alive and sympathetic to your existence. The piece aims to create a meditative space into which the only thing retained is movement.
Installation posing the question of whether computers can be racist by highlighting the potential for discrimination of face recognition technology.