Synthetic Unity is a projection mapping installation, utilizing motion graphics, live music, and light atop three dimensional shapes. The project was built out of the basic idea of how audiovisual design (and light and sound in general) have the ability to shape and control space and environment. Synthetic Unity is an example supporting the idea that light, sound and space are permanent parts of an equation, but are able to having limitless outcomes based on how you use them. The installation was held at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design’s Whittier Gallery. The scale of the projection was 27 feet wide by 10 feet tall.
Bryan Clendenen / Graduate Student, Design, MCAD
Lauren Thorson / Graduate Student, Design, MCAD
Chester Yourczek / Progressive Media Group, McNally Smith College of Music