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A temporary pavilion examining social communication between strangers.
A pavilion that, as a temporary stage, breaks down the principle of communication with mobile devices to the simplicity of the visual. Visitors can enter two separate corridors via side entrances. When walking through this, the approach to other visitors/users is staged. A construction made of mirrors and semi-transparent mirror surfaces enables the visitor to communicate with people who are in a different place. At night, a medial, reactive outer skin communicates internal affairs to the outside.
The visualizer was created as a semester project in the exhibition design class at the Berlin University of the Arts.