Kinetic Scroll is a matrix of smartphones equipped with mechanisms that enable them to scroll endlessly. It echoes the social networks pages through which we sometimes scroll for hours. Scrolling endlessly, but what for? Scrolling for fear of missing an image that must be seen, but which will not be remembered ten images later. What do we hope to reach or what do we hope to escape from? This timeless kinetic installation with its regular rhythm seeks to hypnotize and capture attention like the continuous flow of images so emblematic of today’s interfaces.
Pablo Bellon (CH), Kylan Luginbühl (CH), Yaël Sidler (CH)
Pablo Bellon, Kylan Luginbühl and Yaël Sidler are graduates of Bachelor Media and Interaction Design at ECAL/University of Art and Design in Lausanne, Switzerland. This bachelor’s degree focuses on the relationship between technology and design, mainly in a prospective way, using advanced technologies applied to the field of design.