Nature Speaks is a cry of protest against the invasion of humans on planet Earth. It’s an interactive video installation that embraces several techniques, from video mapping on a sculpture to motion graphics and physical interactivity. It’s a primordial and immaculate world where the spectators become invaders leaving their polluting traces, until nature rebels sarcastically and ironically. So the stones slyly remind men that their existence began long time before men appeared on Earth and will certainly survive men passage on the planet.


Live Performance Meeting, Rome 2011


video mapping: 3Eg0 Klipman
interactivity: Paolo Scoppola
sculpture: Sara Taigher

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