Marine Planeten

Interactive Installation

2014

Role
Interaction Design, Art Direction

Developpement
Jérémie Forge

Exhibition design
Catherine Nussbaumer

Sound Design
Jérémie Forge

Photos
Raphaëlle Mueller

Often associated with the idea of paradise, islands are also solitary and secluded places as they have no direct surroundings but the open sea. Far away from the mainland we are accustomed to, Marine Planeten is an interactive experience of Judith Schalandsky’s novel “Atlas of Remote Islands”, in which you discover five of the most mysterious isles on Earth, each located in a different ocean.

Stepping into the unknown, you enter a dark room filled with black sand. A controller, shaped as a globe, serves as a steering wheel that allows you to hop from one island to another and navigate through their enclosed secrets.

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This installation was a part of an exhibition called “Inseln” which took place at the Strauhof Museum of Literature in Zurich during the summer of 2014.

Light Catcher
Poetic Optical Device
Marine Planeten
Interactive Installation
Drawing Guides
Template Rulers
MIKMA
Interactive Documentary
Refractive sculptures
Glass Objects
Revolution
Window Displays
Kaleidoscope
Interactive Pattern Generator
OKO
Mobile Game