This room was like an Escher drawing in the real with mirrors that reflected the under-surface rooms the artist built. On the information board she mentions she described her installation as a 'sixth sense' and 'maybe we can see that this kind of door is possible, but we don't yet know how to cross its threshold'.
Berlin Startup Case Mod: Clue (2014). Custom computer case with digital prints, metal fittings, Samsung UE40F6500 SS, video on USB stick. Simon Denny.
This guys installation was great and I definitely needed more time to digest all of the information this work was. It was at this point I reached visual information overload, which could have been part of the intentions of the display. Anyway, the fine print on this piece says. 'Track your cycle. It's beautifully complex' and 'We build smart technology to help you know what's going on with your body. Glance at your phone to know when your next period or PMS is coming.
Cabaret Crusades (Year ??) Glass marionettes. Wael Shawky. This was the last display I saw and I really was past taking in anymore information but I could not help but admire the technical skill in the building of these marionettes and the films that were produced using them. I will look up this artists work again in the future because I know it will be intriguing.