Ovni want to invite everybody to take part in this project.
She developed this online game for Hoptille. She designed 20 different pieces in different shapes, colours and structures, and it is up to the audience to compose their own pieces of art with it.
The design is an abstract reflection of the way Ovni sees the H-Buurt. This neighbourhood is a total mixture of all kinds of people coming from different backgrounds and all are one unique piece taking part in the total of the area. The colours and structures of the shapes and forms reflect the divers composition of colourful people living in the neighbourhood. If different people make different compositions with the same shapes, it can be a curious reflection of how people see their own world and how easy it is to see one thing with a completely different eye. Ovni would like to be surprised with your view!
How does it work?
When you login to participate, you’ll find the canvas and the pieces.
Drag and drop the pieces to the canvas.
You can move and place the pieces where you like.
Use the buttons on the left to rotate 45˚, 90˚ or 180˚, flip all pieces and overlap
It’s up to you if you use all pieces or not to fill the canvas
Pieces are cut when you place them partly outside the canvas or when they are overlapping
Make a composition.
Fill in your name, title of the piece (optional), country and mail.
Save and Send
Hoptille is a legendary building with 12 entries, situated in Amsterdam Southeast. Painting Hoptille is one of the objects R.U.A. is organizing to be painted.
R.U.A. is an international street art platform realizing large-scale exhibitions on buildings and objects in public space. This summer R.U.A. is organising a huge exhibition in one specific neighbourhood in Amsterdam Southeast, de H-Buurt. Hoptille is one of the buildings to be painted.
Ovni is a multi disciplined street artist from Spain. Her work is characterized by geometric shapes and organic forms and a palet of colourful pastels. She always tries to integrate her art in the existing architecture of the surroundings. Recently she has been creating ways to realise interactive pieces of art in which the audience plays an important role.