MOE – design of a pop-up club made of polystyrene panels
MOE was first introduced on Illectricity Festival in 2009, and soon after was exhibited on various festivals and galleries throughout Europe. It’s all in one DIY project by Simon Morasi Pipercic (product designer) and Vedran Kolac (consultant in digital media).
MOE CLB is a concept for temporary and reusable clubbing space; a pop-up club in the shape of floating cube which marks the area of a dance-floor and provides an open space for the ease of peoples movement. It can serve for various types of events – partys, concerts, festivals, exhibitions, fairs – both indoors and outdoors.
Although it is visually quite strong, the floating cube functions well in all kind of locations; either to mark the event space and invite people when outdoors, or to present a “space in a space” when indoors.
The content added trough video projection gives it a site-specific identity changed over time. For example, MOE CLB can be used to mark various dance floors on a festival, with an aim to visually demonstrate the atmosphere inside each.
The content is added trough video projection which follows the thought pattern of a physical object; every panel is textured separately, video textures are generated in real time and are sound responsive.
Current product range consits of: MOE I, MOE II Spatial, MOE II Decibel and MOE CLB. Therefore, its multifunctional platform offers wide spectrum of use – from an art installation toward innovative scenography at events that dinamyze the ambient by unique harmonization of space, light and music elements.
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