Pitch #6: Rnul Interactive

Author: Mieke, Posted: October 25th, 2010

Photo: Interactive model of Rotterdam

At the Architecture @DDW network reception 6 companies will present themselves during a 10-minute pitch in an informal setting.
We’re convinced their presentations will appeal to our audience of (mostly) architects, because all of them are practicing some kind of interesting business that’s rubbing to our field of industry in some kind of way…. Curious? Come and join us!

Pitch #6 is hosted by Rnul Interactive:

Rnul Interactive deals with interactivity in a wide sense. Installations and performances in which sound, (moving) images and physical movements are used to get an interaction with the ‘user’. We use all kinds of ways to analyse the behaviour of visitors to use this information to respond to them. This interaction is translated in a way that a vistor becomes a part of the work itself.

Rnul Interactive is an initiative of Aart Muis (Rotterdam 1980) and Rob Donkers (Gouda 1977) who both graduated from the Willem the Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Rnul has made installations, performed, and held workshops and lectures in places such as New York, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Brussel and Rotterdam with different projects and collaborations.

Photos: The Urban Lightguide. For the Rotterdam Museumnight Rnul made this interactive sound and light installation where people could participate in. By pointing the searchlights on the buildings around the square people could search for sounds of the city which formed a rythmic composition with sounds of the other searchlights. Click for more info here.

For more info on Rnul Interactive, visit their website: www.rnul.nl
Want to attend their presentation?
Visit the Architecture @DDW network reception. Online registration in advance is obligatory!


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