Interactive installation for Volkswagen presented in the Mexican Pavilion during the World Trade Fair for industrial Technology in Hannover (Hannover Messe). Quarso worked in collaboration with Cocay studio and developed a touch user interface that controls data and displays the information of the selected components of the car, with the help of two screens mounted on a pair of robotic and moving arms.
200 LED lighting installation called Cœur after Heart in french, intent to represent the endless stream of life, which is our heartbeat. A vast line of colors, each with a determined frequency, would represent different emotions, motives and sensations.
SpaceWay distorts the landscape by mirroring its surroundings, this creates a glitch in the visual field inviting the curious eyes to approach. The sculpture plays at day with natural light and reflection, the mirrors create an infinite space between them altering the spatial perception of the viewer; the whole exposure changes at night: the fiber optic lights up and shows an infinity of star lights in and between the monoliths, opening a portal to the cosmos.
Tectónico is a multimedia piece (sculpture, projection, sound and interactivity) that studies the tectonic plate movement and its repercussion on the surface of the Earth by creating an immersive environment that mimics the hypothetical sensorial experience of traveling through the inner geological layers of the planet.
Concept, design and development of visual show for TITAN’s 2017 tour presenting their latest album “Dama” which features collaborations from Gary Numan, Siobhan Fahey, Egyptian Lover, Church and El Columpio Asesino.
MASTERPIECE OF INTELLIGENCE
When Mercedes Benz announced the launch of an all new technology driven E class model, Quarso was the right pick for the on site unveiling. Using state of the art lasers, luminaries, video projectors and 3D sound we created an immersive experience for the public to witness what the new face of the E class is all about.
During the recent renovations of the Diego Rivera Suite in the 42nd floor at Presidente Intercontinental Masaryk hotel considered ‘Mexico’s best Suite’ Quarso created a multimedia sculpture with long time collaborator CGNB resulting in a unique element central to the identity of the hotel.
An interactive performance involving 14 models wearing Jeffrey’s shoes and the new ‘h.ear’ line of headphones where each of its colors was represented by a different visual scenario. The models would then, guided by a bespoke musical arrangement, play with the screen by performing a choreography set by a contemporary dance team.
The closing event for MBFWMx’16 (Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Mexico 2016) was thrown by Heineken