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I merge artificial materials, air, water and electronics to create experimental organic
living environments. I disassemble everyday electronic appliances, devices and reassemble
selected parts with dissected household plastic materials. The result of these combinations form a
kinetic cause and effect system that interacts with the viewer. One of my interest is the
involvement between the viewer and their environment. I use electronics such as motion sensors,
infra red sensors, remote controls, Basic Stamp2 computer chip, and rewired music tuner to
establish interactions between the viewer and their environment. Viewer's physical movement,
gestures, and their participation using the remote controls, and sounds can alter their surroundings
with changes such as blowing wind, inflating plastic tubes, and a flow of plastic glowing liquid.
An experimental organic living environment composed of cross cultural
collection of artificial materials, liquids, everyday life objects, toys, various electrical
devices and sensors. The materials/devices collected would be dissected and their
original functions altered, reassemble with micro controllers and brought back to life in an
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