Urban hacking | brings together street and digital art to alter and change our relationship to urban spaces.

It becomes a gigantic real life playground with De Pong Game and Printball. The digital interface allows easier and collective access to street art by implementing a design... or by using a non-altering process. An aspect was especially significant for the Printball collaboration with the Eyewriter project which enables ALS patients to draw using just their eyes.

LSD invites its users to engage in a new perception of their daily environment. Its design is aimed at screen reading/listening, with a synthesizer converting the light input coming from screens to sound waves. Urban lights gain a new dimension that materializes how urban space is weirdly saturated with artificial light produced by screens displayed for advertising or commercial use.