In today’s world we can be in contact with everyone, everywhere.
We project ourselves, creating personas, in the intangible space of the Cloud in which we daily interact with each other. Certainly, the meaning of 'being in contact' has shifted and we become more and more accustomed to the new rules: acting and interacting in two parallel worlds, on the Ground and in the Cloud. The installation InContact portrays these two worlds by materializing the Cloud through light, while it offers at the same time an elevated Ground for physical interaction. The installation merges common ground in an immaterial space where the visitors are free to experience and come in contact with the intangible self and the other.