Polymorphic Identity Systems
Dynamic, flexible, fluid, modular, changing, living, generative, non-static etc.
In a normal future, the shape of your things has to change, all the time. Your mood changes, your emotions, your body… Out of pure vanity, objects need to react in real time to your changes and so, they become dynamic. We wanted to apply dynamism to typography, and created a type solely defined by parameters. normalfutu.re/
Your Line or Mine – Crowd sourced animations at the Stedelijk Museum by Moniker. Visitors are invited to take part by contributing with their own drawings. They grab a sheet of paper from the coloured stack, draw following the instructions on the paper, and scan their drawing. Once scanned, their drawing automatically becomes a frame in one of the animations projected in the space.
Dokfest Forest Identity by FIELD. For the 26th edition of the Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival, FIELD designed an identity based on the festival’s film submission database. Set in a thick and obscure forest like the wooded surroundings of Kassel, the colourful spheres form a sculptural representation of the programme – each of them represents a film, video, or installation work shown at the festival.
#cachemonet is an exploration into paired randomness. The site uses two separate random arrays that generate animated compositions using two planes, a fixed foreground element, and a repeated background element. A new random composition is generated every four seconds. Visit the project here: cachemonet.com Concept & Curation: Tim Nolan Art Direction: Jen Lu Code: Lasse Korsgaard