Monets Garden interactive installation


Interactive installation included in Monet’s Garden immersive exhibition, where millions of particles, emanating from two of Monet’s paintings, are displaced by the currents created by the public’s motion.


To create this interaction, the public’s movements is analyzed using a frontal camera, and the result is fed as a force perturbing an underlying fluid simulation, which drives the particles. In this way, a sense of physicality is introduced into the particle’s behavior.


Exhibited in Berlin, New York City, Hamburg, Wein, Zurich, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf.



All images used above were publicly posted and tagged by visitors to the exhibition, using the official account

Based on this same system, I also made three videos taking three paintings from the “Water Lilies” series, making up a triptych to illustrate how changes in light can affect color.

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