Let the city talk about perception
For the Jerusalem Design Week we designed an open laboratory at the Hansen House with the goal of showing how art and technology can help cities understand communities better.
A participatory picture of Jerusalem
The City Lab asked the audience a series of questions using different laboratory devices that collected the answers in liquid form. Topics included emotions like love, fear, worry, ambition and goals amongst others, to help participants build a bigger picture of Jerusalem. We wanted each individual to create a formula based on their own perception of the city. There was also a layer of sound; each time a participant chose an answer, the installation generated a certain sound, which became part for a collective song.
City Lab Jerusalem turned out to be a participative experience that created a metaphorical game between the city and the way the citizens understand it as a chemical formula.