“Living Computation” is the proposal for the yearly Serpentine Summer Pavilion. It is an sculptural augmented reality experience which combines vivid parametric forms with our environmental and political needs. The immense digital sculpture is evolving in real time linked to 3 essential forces: changing its fundamental structure protesting governmental decisions, altering its direction and texture linked to natural forces
and adapting its behaviour to human interaction. In order to give the visitor the power to create their own governmental fundament, the visitor is invited to express their needs through growing their own
parametric sculpture which subsequently reacts to nature and human impact.
This project made it into the final round of the this year’s Augmented Architecture open call of the Serpentine Gallery in London.