Feedbacktopia is the working name of a project centered around feedback systems, cartography, architecture and dwellings. It is a thought experiment around borders, walls, openings and pathways, of inclusion and exclusion, the interior and exterior and the ways in which they merge and blend. Self (dis)organized construction of spaces and places of encounter. It is an imaginary cityscape, asking questions about ways of living together with each other and our surroundings.
The technologies behind are mainly digital feedback systems with minimal input written in Touchdesigner. As of that, the dynamics of growth, transformation and movement are living within labyrinthian and spiralling, ever suprising loops. Every update is moving forward while it is routed backwards, creating, demolishing, expanding, contracting and changing in other ways.
As a sprawling urban area, small clustered centers, distinct walled spaces, connective pathways and buildings, intersections and conjunctions merge together into an intricate web. There are lines of communication, flows and directions, complexes and secluded communities hidden within.
A collection of layered of topologies, vertically growing structures cut into thin slices. Connections made though and inside of walls, floors and ground. A closer look at the connective tissues and materials of the structures.
A visual meditation on dynamic movements and dwellings. On synchronized patterns, improvised collaboration and transformations of and with ones surroundings.