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2 DAYS PROTOTYPE: Dialogue Tools #3

2 days prototype, made in teams, asks students to design artefacts to initiate dialogues with audience by transferring their learning experience about urban nature and engaging others in the same act of repositioning.


CHEN Mingling LIU Zhenli LI Jingyan

A tool determines whether a nearby electric field is suitable for flight for spiders and also visualizes the electric field forces, allowing us humans to have the ability to master electric field flight!

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LI Jin CHEN Suwan ZHANG Shiman

SUPERORGANISM is a group of synergistic interacting organisms, with a clear division of labor between species and a strong connection by means of relationships among them. In this project, we deconstruct some of the known SUPERORGANISMs and focus on the most fundamental carbon cycle relationships within.

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TU Keming WANG Zichun GUO Siyu

There are more ways to perceive than we human know. That is why we make this tool kits to catch different forms of perceivable signals and visualize them to the audience.

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WEI Qianjie YANG Yanbin ZHANG Jinwen

Don’t hurt me is an interactive installation, which performs acts of self-protection in contradictory relationships by constructing a relationship between audience and installation as harmer and victim.

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CAI Tong XIONG Tianqi WU Yanyun

The act of eating links the various species, and the eating organ is an element that connects the different links in the food chain. So we hope that more people can increase their understanding of the food chain and become aware of and empathize with the other links in the food chain on our planet through feeling how other creatures eat.

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LI Xuechen Shanshuo

Our project has an experimental phase and a design phase. We used the experiment stage to understand in first person the experience of decomposition and regeneration, and in the design stage, we embedded reflection and analysis by the display of photos, audio and video, and records from the experiment.

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