JUMBLE - Julie Alpert and Andy Arkley
Jumble is an interactive installation that combines cut wood shapes, projection mapping, and original music. Up to 16 visitors at a time can interact by pressing buttons that trigger video and sound. Depending on the combination of buttons pressed, a unique sound and visual composition is created.
Synced to original music, colorful patterns are projected onto a jumble of cut wood shapes borrowed from artists Andy Arkley’s and Julie Alpert’s visual languages. There are oversized recognizable everyday forms like bows, chains, and cleaning product bottles, and stream-of-consciousness shapes abstracted from childhood and the mundane.
The goal of Jumble is to activate the senses by encouraging play and collaboration and to experience joy while doing it.