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Assistant Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, Anna Vallgårda, has decided to challenge the design and functions of the computer. How can computers be used in different contexts and ways? What type of materials can they be made of? What kind of shapes can they take?

In the atrium of the IT University of Copenhagen Anna Vallgårda built a 1:1 scale installation called THE DRESS ROOM. The installation is made of wood, fabric, metal and plastic. Placed on the floor of the installation are a number of sensors that react when you step on them. They either lower or elevate the installation.

To learn more about this installation, please contact:

Anna Vallgårda
tlf. +45-61712875


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