Fuse Project

Visual Video Mixer

Interaction Design, 

The Fuse Project was designed and developed as an experimental media project exploring the ability to rapidly connect and reinterpret media. The Fuse Project consists of two components: a large touchscreen interface and an immersive projection. The interface provides a serene composition of glyphs that effect one another by proximity allowing the public to layer and abstract two selected macro film loops. This fusion of short films is projected for patrons, who are unaware that it was composed by prior patron. This creates an dynamic experience that questions the separation of artist and audience. It is part installation, part technology, and part educational. The Fuse Project was shown at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art's Visual Rythm exhibit adjacent to the abstract film works of Stan Brakhage.