Entering the Infinity Room is like casting a stone into a pond. Infinite feedback loops of you and other visitors take over the projections on...
Access and Inclusion
Darkcinema Studio: Nema Adel (Australia)
Caleb Jacobs (Australia)
Entering the Infinity Room is like casting a stone into a pond. Infinite feedback loops of you and other visitors take over the projections on every wall. This 100% interactive experience is bizarre, impermanent and lots of fun.
The concept behind the Infinity Room has its roots in camera feedback and projection mapping. Accompanied by a soundscape and insular lighting, there seems to be no connection between the ‘infinite’ inside world and the outside reality. Without the movements and interactions of people, the room is still and calm. The exterior of the room is coated in reflective material, further emphasising the installation's constant state of ephemerality.
Never showing you the same thing twice, walking through the Infinity Room provides a memorable opportunity for silly poses, selfies, and dance moves – by yourself, with friends or with complete strangers. This deceptive simplicity makes the installation an amusing and endless interaction for all to enjoy.
Country represented by installation: Australia