The 'Sign Machine' Lets Viewers Interact to Create Their Own Sentences

By: Misel Saban - Sep 15, 2016
References: supergrouplondon & designboom
The London Design Festival celebrates the unique and avant-garde blurring of artwork with interactive installations, and creatives Luke Morgan and Morag Myerscough add to the fleet with their sculptural piece called the 'Sign Machine.' The installation is interactive, allowing viewers to play around with different words and objects suspended on rods to create sentences that reflect their current thoughts or emotional state.

The project is put together to be responsive to each individual visitor visiting the space. The viewer sits in one of the two chairs and can pull on the different levers to move around the words, objects and items. The intermingling and intersection of contrasting thoughts and objects allow viewers to create sentences or expressions that are reflective of themselves.

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