Giro is an interactive installation that invites the public to ride a bike to control the frame rate of a movie projected in front of them. While riding, the images gain motion and behave as a cinema projector, but in this case, it’s the rider that provides energy to control the frame rate.
The body is an engine and the bike is cinema. This project is also a tribute to Eadweard Muybridge and his contribution to cinema.
In this project I had the opportunity to work with a talented motion designer Daniel Tumati.