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My thesis project is a performative, audio-visual installation.
It proposes a new form of communication or language that can be learned through intuitive mappings between the movement of hand gesture shadows and how they behave, in relation to shape, color and sonic output, in a collaborative space of expression.

The shadow-based instrument focuses on how intentionality, learned-actions and decision-making ultimately guide users through the interactive system.

The main goal is for participants to discover and learn the audio-visual language mapped within the system through the joint effort of communicating and recognizing patterns that will emerge as shadow gestures are created over time.