Designed to evoke and symbolize the constrained feeling of tightness, this interactive installation combines art and technology. Using a crafted physical structure, visuals developed in TouchDesigner, and Arduino-controlled sensors, this immersive artwork invites participants to delve into the psychological and emotional dimensions of confinement.

The installation goes beyond the physical representation of tight spaces, aiming to foster introspection, empathy, and a deeper understanding of the conditions that can emerge from prolonged isolation or confinement. Participants will navigate through a tunnel structure, where responsive visuals dynamically adapt to their movements and interactions.
Berlin 2023

in collaboration with
Katharina Häring

Interactive Installation


supervised by Lukas Ruoff

Univesity of Applied Sciences Berlin

Photos taken by Harry Miller

Emilia Gentis 2023