Kinetic Landscape

Kinetic Landscape Collective – Royal College of Art

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Kinetic Landscape is a vividly colourful interactive installation. Part sculpture, and part data collection system, Kinetic Landscape is a creative concept for collecting opinions and feedback from guests at Playground. Create new worlds with your feedback! Answer questions with your feet to see and hear the landscape move around you!


The Kinetic Landscape Collective are Susan Atwill, Nirav Beni, JP Guerrier, Ance Janevica, Lera Kelemen, Shangyun Wu who are a group of makers, sound designers and digital specialists from the Royal College of Art’s MA Information Experience Design Course.

They have come together for the show, with the aim of designing and creating a memorable alternative to the traditional questionnaire. Inspired by dance mats, they have devised a method of collecting information through feet (no touching with hands!) ensuring the experience is both fun, and Covid-19 safe.

The work is informed by the concept of turning surveys into experiences as a means of bringing children and families into research in more interactive ways developed by researcher Dylan Yamada-Rice (Dubit). This year she has worked with the Kinetic Landscape Collective- Susan Atwill, Nirav Beni, JP Guerrier, Ance Janevica, Lera Kelemen, Shangyun Wu who are a group of makers, sound designers and digital specialists from the Royal College of Art’s MA Information Experience Design Course.

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