Human Graffiti is a life-size interactive installation projected towards the street through the gallery windows. The installation is comprised of a series of screens that only display the objects in front of them (in real time) that have movement. These movements imprint temporary trails whose length, pattern and durability vary based on the individual’s speed and traffic.

Viewers will be able to become part of the artwork by creating their own marks of expression as they walk through this documented space. This abstract public canvas allows the community to acknowledge its bustling visual presence while at the same time obliging them to be engaged in it - there is no way to view the work without committing to become a part of it.

“Human Graffiti” used new technology to mirror the movements of passerby in the streets, revealing and catalyzing new ideas of how communities and individuals can connect and interact with one another.