Ferdinand Doblhammer & Patryk Senwicki

The size of a drone
Augmented reality application, 2020

For us as human beings, it is hard to grasp the effects that abstract processes have on the real. With this AR application, we take the MQ-9 Reaper Drone – one of the main weapons used in current military conflicts – and place it into enclosed private spaces. It makes the drone tangible, real. A deadly weapon situated in the temporary, looming for its prey.

Ephemeral Borders
Augmented reality intervention, 2020

Borders are ephemeral structures. The fence is a physical manifestation of the concept of separation, an imaginary, human construction. In this augmented reality intervention, we put up borders, which are not real. We are responsible for our borders.