February 1, 2018


“Unity” is about removing the perceived boundaries between people. When you stand in front of Unity you are reduced to your simplest form, as is everyone around you – regardless of race, gender, religion or sexual orientation. Unity shows us that we are ultimately the same objects in time and space. As you move closer to another person within the space, unity will merge your projected images together and you move as a single object, this explores the notion of interconnectedness or oneness.

Your movement within the space also triggers different sounds that are designed to work together harmonically.


  • Design

    Interface Design, Art Direction

  • Technologies

    Cycling 74 Max

  • Exhibited

    Tauranga Art Gallery

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