Imagination is a powerful human ability that is worth dedicating time to develop on a regular basis. Here are some exercises for artistic and personal development. Infinite Inner Space – Imagine and infinite and eternal space within. Sun Bathing – Imagine that your hole body it being warmed by the sun. The World Above – Imagine a channel to access a world above the ground that you enter and explore. The Underworld – Imagine a pathway to an underworld that you enter and explore. Dream Self – Imagine your ideal dream territory, house, interior, cloth, partner and new body. Shielding […]
Category Archives: Play
Playpublik Berlin, Germany August 12, 2012 Photos by Jakob la Cour More info: www.playpublik.de
I’m exhibiting together with 80 recently graduated designers and 19 craftspeople from The Danish Design School. I exhibit my master project Masque Society. Masque Society is a personal development reality game targeting citizens. The main focus of Masque Society is to play in the city with masks. The Danish Design SchoolThe exhibition, Meldahls Smedie, HolmenDanneskiold-Samsøes Allé 511435 Cph. K. Open 6-21 August, every weekday 11:00-20:00, weekends 12:00-18:00.Free admission.
A rare glimpse of Mr. Nielson
‘Hand From Above’ is a really cool project that engage people at public places. Learn more about the project here: http://www.chrisoshea.org/hand-from-above Chris O’Shea is a really inspiring designer and he has a focus on playfulness. I love how that influence his work!
Photos by Jakob la Cour, www.jakoblacour.com ‘Trajets de vie, trajets de ville’ by Ex Nihilo is extremely playful and simple in the structure. I took some photos while they where in Copenhagen for Metropolis festival 2009.
Waterfools in Copenhagen at Sortedamssøen as part of the Metropolis Festival 2009. A magical experience of performance on water in the city. Thousands of people gathered around the spectacle! I did some photos that can be seen here. Photos by Jakob la Cour, www.jakoblacour.com
ARQuakeARQuake is an augmented reality (AR) game – a version of the game Quake. One of the first AR examples. More info at http://wearables.unisa.edu.au/arquake/index.html