25. 09. 2018
BridA collective was founded in 1996 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, where its members Jurij Pavlica, Sendi Mango and Tom Kerševan completed their studies. Their work is based on the deliberation of the processes and roles in contemporary art and the principle of collaboration and group work. BridA's explorations and projects mostly happen in collaboration with other artists, experts and creators.
The Vodoskop installation consists of two floating modules, equipped with a wireless transmitter. The modules collect data on the speed of water and the water flow, and send it to the computer, installed on the nearby bridge. Passers-by can interact with the water-flow visualisation: while on the bridge, they can watch the visualisation on the floor and interact with it by stepping in the virtual river. Vodoskop mirrors the nature and creates a multi-layered image in the interspace of our perception. Vodoskop problematises our relationship with water in natural and urban environments.