THE TIDAL EPIC: LIQUID, METAL, LIGHT

Tidal is a ‘geofeedback’ installation that bridges the gap between water bodies outside and inside us. THE Workshop was commissioned to build this, a suspended storm of metal clouds, illuminated with thousands of LEDs …

THE Urban Bi-spectacle: To biennale or not to biennale

We ended 2016 with a research-driven interactive installation at our very first Biennale. Pi’s, emotional maps of the city, original emotion based frequency sounds, and first person POV’s of four peculiar characters of the city. That’s loads of data, research and creation all crunched into a month of making. In the meanwhile, we also helped…

Synesthesia lights up Mini Maker Faire Bangalore

A thousand two hundred meters of tubing, sixty kilos of steel, six hundred LEDs, five ultrasonic sensors, 2 coats of paint, one coat of primer, over a 100 nuts and bolts, and this was just the installation. Plus fifty-four square meters of black rexine to enclose this little light monster. The build was crazy. 7…

a month in the making…

THE Workshop has been up and running for over a month. We’ve hosted a few workshops. Met some excellent people. Fun times. We tinkered with electronics. We made music with tools. Literally. We had an Open Day. Met some interesting artists. We made some keychain mementos. We asked people for their interpretations of a box…They were…

#NeonClassism: an art overdose in Paris

 A neon interpretation of neo classism (in pictures) After the morning (Street art >> vandalised street art)…  Before lunch…. …after paying homage to the Miraculous Mona Lisa. *SUNSET* fin 

The real truth behind open-plan offices

Open-plan offices, flexible working, collaboration, innovation. Buzzwords or just zzZZZzzz’s? After working in an open-plan, supposedly collaboration boosting, creative-conversation-enhancing environment, I realised that there were definite flaws in the plan to power innovation in offices. So is the flow of information enhanced? Does it help build better conversations or produce more productive workers? Or, does it…