Andrew Hieronymi, assistant professor of new media, presents TRAFFIC, a solo exhibition, on display through June 27 at Bunker Projects, Pittsburgh, PA.
Hieronymi's recent work focuses on the sensation of movement in digital games. He creates interactive installations emphasizing the physical relationship between player(s) and interface during the act of playing. TRAFFIC is an installation game developed by Hieronymi specifically for Bunker Projects. The piece uses a real-time feed of the cars driving by the gallery on Penn Avenue to feed data into the game interaction. Individuals engage through the movement of their bodies in the gallery space.
Bunker Projects is a residency program and experimental gallery devoted to building a living laboratory for artists in Pittsburgh.