Turmoil Alley, or Larmgränd in Swedish, is an interactive exhibition that uses mixed media: paper and digital film in a mobile application that employs image recognition. The work consists of two posters depicting houses from Malmö, Sweden which are used as a canvas for story fragments about people who lived and worked in Malmö between 1900 and 1925. The interaction with the stories happens through the visitor walking along the images that trigger short film narratives.
Turmoil Alley was exhibited at Malmö Museums, summer 2017 (May 12-August 28, 2017) and will be exhibited at the ICIDS art exhibition in November 2017 (during the ICIDS conference in Madeira).
Larmgränd was made by Maria Engberg, Per Linde and Doris.tech.
To try it:
Download Argon 4, open the following address: app.larmgrand.se and direct the phone’s camera to the images to watch & listen to Larmgränd’s stories: