Finding A New Terrain is an Augmented Reality sculpture consisting of three digital experiences using stone, wood, print, water and light. Questioning how we can use an augmented layer between the digital and physical world for good, this piece explores different material behaviours in the future, examining its sustainability character. The endangered black Ebony tree for example is tearing to particles, due to its deforestation; on the other side the exhibited stone transforms into pieces but merges into its origin form, due to its sustainable matter. Can we use Augmented Reality in order to give nature and materials a voice?
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