Airside creates interactive installation

Airside has created an interactive installation called Insyde for the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool. Commissioned by National Museums Liverpool for the city’s Biennial, the installation depicts a forest scene where visitors can tempt different creatures

Airside has created an interactive installation called Insyde for the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.

Commissioned by National Museums Liverpool for the city’s Biennial, the installation depicts a forest scene where visitors can tempt different creatures into view and trigger new animations, says Airside interactive designer Guy Moorhouse.

It aims to deliver a ‘chill-out’ vibe, he adds. The exhibition runs until 26 November.

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