For us, childhood means memories. Few are clear, some blurry, some flashy. Childhood also means playing and games. Skipping rope, hide-and-seek and hopscotch… Interactive Hopscotch aims to trigger childhood memories in a playful manner by using a child game. The installation builds upon the well know hopscotch game to surround the visitor with images and sound. Squares of the Hopscotch respond to visitor’s jumps with surprises and provides interactions between the visitor and the memories through varying patterns of Hopscotch.
The Interactive Hopscotch installation was exhibited at Design & Architecture Gallery in Tallinn, Estonia in scope of Plektrum Festival.