Here are examples of interfaces I designed while employed by Gagarin. I designed the interfaces, did illustrations and worked on the stories for these exhibits.
The villages around Folgefonna: People and landscape
An installation that is a part of the Visitor Centre at the Folgefonna National Park, located in Rosendal, Norway. An interactive table where vistiors can browse through historical highlights of the Folgefonna peninsula. By turning the rim of the table, visitors can travel back and/or forth in time trough a three dimensional landscape of the Folgefonna area. A variety of images and information appear on top of a landscape - highlighting key events in the history of the human settlement and the evolution of the municipality.
Human Rights Defenders
An installation that is a part of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Defenders Exhibit highlights the remarkable achievements of a selection of Canadian personalities who are fighting actively against human rights abuses. Visitors are taken on a journey to learn about each Defender’s childhood, the events that shaped their, beliefs and continue to drive them to be active in fields as diverse as child labour, women’s rights and environmental justice.
An installation that is a part in the Eldheimar interactive volcano exhibition in Vestmannaeyjar islands, Iceland. The property outlines of several houses that were lost under the ash are projected onto a large sandbox. With the aid of small shovels, visitors are invited to dig into the sand. This action alludes to a search for lost memories. As visitors dig deeper, an illustration of the house will emerge. If they continue this will be followed by a photo from the original house owner.