Guerrilla Videomapping was my thesis project at Esdi, in Rio de Janeiro. It is an exhibition design project developed with only one computer and one projector as physical materials.
The exhibition is adapted and projected on to any clear surface readily available anywhere, e.g. panels, walls and stairs. This setup provides a richer solution consuming less material and energy than printed panels, considering that the room lights would be off and the projector is not discarded after each exhibition. It also makes culture more democratic, making it simpler and less expensive to bring information anywhere electricity is available, something of high importance in developing countries such as Brazil.
© 2017 | Bernardo Schorr