The designs are experimentations that seek to generate sensations and stimuli for viewers. These creations often arise from the designer's unconscious side and others are inspired by nature and the forms of the surrounding world. In some of these images there is a philosophical search, which makes the viewer think about the meaning of our human existence
The global first polychromatic photoisomer technology applied to battery case of mobile phone achieved multi-color discoloration under light. We used idea that Technology amplify the value of art and art express the value of technology to bring users a deep experience of chasing light. Through the clever use of light and the beauty of change that revealed on the mobile phone, it brings users an immersive and artistic experience and makes users feel the artistic delight of chasing light.
The story and the sybolism behind the story of Babylon : Peace - I think the whole concept of Babylon, the city where all the cultures lived together speaking the same language and worked together for a shared goal, is the strongest symbol of peace. When you think about it, This was the last time mankind ever lived in peace. Advances/Innovation - The Tower of Babylon was probably one of mankinds greatest creations. It probably seemed impossible to create a few years before the construction begun, same as things and achievements we make today seemed impossible yesterday.
The ethereal nature of the piece gives rise to something tangible. The idea comes from the use of water as an element to convey the concept of surfacing and being a surface. The designer has a fascination for bringing into being our identities and the role those around us have in that process. For him, we "surface" when we show something of ourselves.
for a new project of Livestreaming Top DJs worldwide, Lords of Clubs. Legend has it...that the heralds (fans) gave their support to the knights (lords) the night before each gig, like an entourage cheering before a tournament... showing off their white dresses, they danced to the fanfare (music) from castle to castle (clubs), living it up.
Audiovisual Installation on two 55-inch screens, four 24-inch screens. Schockmel’s installation blends cold mechanical complexity from the realm of science fiction with ideas of synthetic biology and the ancient tribal quest for transcendence. He translates political, religious and ecological reflections into a digital 3D world that he crafts with more technical sophistication each time. A universe that is inhabited by unseen entities of artificial intelligence and primal worship.