This environmental object consists of Arduino microcontroller motion sensors. The author chose abandoned places in Riga, Latvia as the environment for the project. The idea was to create four motion sensor modules, plant them in abandoned places, and collect data for a week. The author processed the acquired data in 3D software, then created visualizations and shared everything on the red.dot.riga Instagram account. After that, he created red circles and set them in places where the motion sensors were hidden. Each of them has a QR code that brings up all the information and data on the study that is not shown in the exposition. In the exposition, the artist imitates the feeling of an abandoned place and uses data obtained from abandoned places where he carried out his research.
Regardless of the specialization, be it metal, fashion, product, graphic, interior, or environment, it is very important to address a specific audience, often solving a problem or a topical issue for society. With an exhibition in an urban environment, we approach society by becoming more accessible and more visible, to involve a wider audience in our educational processes.