Christine Nguyen
Hsin-Yi (Amy) Chien
Rune Madsen

Write Me

"Write Me" is a video sculpture constructed with 100 papers tied together, hanging from the ceiling. The user may contribute to the project by writing letters or answering meaningful questions that will be projected onto the sculpture.

Video Sculpture

This project was inspired by the book and website, "Learning To Love You More," by artists Miranda July and Harrel Fletcher invited users to accept assignments, completing them by sending in a required report (text, photo or video). For our project, we wanted to create a collaborative space by having our audience answer meaningful and thoughtful questions and phrases and share their responses with each other.

The visitor will see these responses projected on the sculpture, either mapped to each individual letter or using the entire sculpture for displaying a single response (using the paper grid as pixels).


User Scenario
The viewer just needs to stand in front of the sculpture, write a letter, and view the content that will be projected on to the papers.

The sculpture is made of paper and black string hanging from the ceilling. It is back-projected.