An interactive installation called Nervous Structure 2012 created by Annica Cuppetelli (USA) and Cristobal Mendoza (Venezuela) combines a physical structure, made of spandex or elastic cord, and a virtual, generated by a computer and projected onto the first. Approaching the spectator a video camera catches its image and translates your movements into forces affecting projection via a physical simulation system.
Based in Detroit, MI. in the beginning of this 2012, they continue collaborating on building of specific sites, media installations dealing with issues of space, interaction and materiality.
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In its facilities they combine the traditional crafts and common materials with video projections, interactive computer design processes, which are directed to the formal qualities of a particular site, while creating a participatory immersive environment.