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December 30, 2019

Grace Ebert

In “Spatial Bodies: Hong Kong & &Shenzhen, “the self-described “mystical nature/tech cult” AUJIK pictures a Hong Kong as well as Shenzhen with design that changes as well as relocates relatively by itself similar to online microorganisms. Using AI as well as AR modern technologies, musician as well as AUJIK creator Stefan Larsson developed the brief movie that portrays an advanced cityscape with having as well as increasing structures that are much from looking like common rectangle-shaped high-rise buildings. AUJIK’s creature-like frameworks usually have a component comparable to arm or legs or tails, along with exteriors with rounded sides that simulate relocating bodies. It is a follow up to a previous job that focused Osaka.

The team claims the idea for this job is based upon open-source software program, which in theory would enable individuals to form the design based upon their demands as well as in a joint, public way. Spatial Bodies was appointed by the Shenzhen Biennale of UrbanismArchitecture as well as premiered in December2019 The movie includes songs by Japanese digital musician DaisukeTanabe More of AUJIK’s advanced perceptions can be located on Behance as well asVimeo (through designboom)