|Mace for Everyville installation at La Biennale|
The mace software at La Biennale exhibition visualises the fabric connecting people, knowledge and artefacts in architecture. The installation transports the idea of a transformable, ever-changing interconnected mesh of contents, projects, people and media in an aesthetically pleasing way. The installation provides background information for the entries of the Everyville student competition. Selected entries are presented with media, descriptions, and metadata. Furthermore, the installation incorporates inspirational projects named by the winning groups; these are connected to mace content and metadata. The installation now acts as amplifier, as the user can not only can explore a project and its media in detail, but reveal the relations to other projects. The evolving structure allows the user to understand the connections between different resources, and recognize where clusters of interest emerge. The visualization aims to make spectators aware of how metadata can be utilised to interconnect architectural resources, and how the overall understanding benefits from these connections.
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