6-14 October 2017

FLUX: Andrei Snobar

By Lena Kassicieh
On Thursday, October 12, 2017

FLUX, designed by Andrei Snobar, leverages state-of-the-art technology with physical expression and visual representation to create momentary real-time portrait of an individual. The digital presentation and modification of one‘s self-image will be their spiritual energy powered by movement.

Human beings are always filled with positive energy but not necessarily have a platform to express it. The installation provides the canvas for individuals to freely express themselves. By capturing the instant moment of the user's movement, it becomes a real-time reflection of a memory.

Movement is what humans are. And when humans move their bodies, they stimulate whatever resources exist within them for responding to life’s challenges. When we witness our own energy vibrations, it will motivate us to expand and illuminate them through movement. 

Life is about constant movement, unrhythmic movement. As we move we gain strength and energy, once you stop moving, you’re not living.

Andrei Snobar is a multidisciplinary architect and visual artist, currently living and working in Amman. He is the founder of Andrei Visuals, a creative company specialized in 3D mapping, interactive installations and augmented experiences. Andrei works in exploring the space among digital and physical forms by creating a symbiotic relationship between architecture and media arts.

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