A magical mirror

Son is an artwork that simulates particles moving freely in a three-dimensional space, being attracted by the visitors’ bodies.

This way, the visitors’ silhouettes are represented by the attracted particles, and since the piece can interact with at least six visitors simultaneously, these particles are shared by the visitors’ representations. Particle flows can travel to one participant to the other, generating a virtual exchange.



  • Christian Clark - Coding.
  • Tomás Laurenzo - Art direction and coding.
  • Pablo Gindel - Coding and sound design.


  • -- September 2011, National Museum of Visual Arts, Montevideo, Uruguay.