Dynamorph by Orproject for Venice Biennale 2014 — 英國 倫敦/中國 北京/印度 新德里

Dynamorph has been designed for the exhibition on Shamanism for the International Cultural Institute during the Venice Biennale 2014. The pavilion exhibits Nepalese shamanic artifacts and has been designed to visualise 'Urja', the force/energy which the shamans attempt to control through their practices. Positioned between the exhibits and the room, Dynamorph is an isosurface that envelopes the visitors and forms a surreal, mystical cave that interfaces between the present and the past. The branching and flowing geometry of Dynamorph evokes the symbolism of roots, trunks and branches that form the three worlds of shamanism.