Poll is a machine that can collect and visualise people’s emotions in a gallery space. Participants were required to provide one image and one emotion to the machine through a physical interface, and the machine will reward a visual interface of trend and number of emotions about the space. Therefore participant can explore the emotions and images which were provided by themselves in their own way. The name of the installation refers to Hans Haacke’s Poll which exhibited in MOMA in 1970. The colors of the emotion is Details »



“Fireflies” is intended to create a interface for the viewer to appreciate the beauty of nature and reflect on the fleeting nature of time within an urban setting. In Japanese philosophy, fireflies are often seen as representative of impermanence. Their short life spans of two to three weeks remind us of the fleeting nature of life, particularly in cases were they are taken to represent the human soul Every moment in time exists only for an instant before being consigned to the past, while nature is being eroded by concrete and artificial lighting.

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Information Anatomy


Information Anatomy is an installation, which is designed to create a multi-sensory experience of data engagement. Participants were invited to talk to the installation using one word, that can represent their “emotion”. The printer would print out an info-graph that is the analysis about the emotion provided few seconds later, including how many people participated, how many people expressed the similar emotion, and time, temperature and other related factors. The purpose of this artifact is for testing how people perceive and engage with data. Details »