“Lasermice” is a swarm robotic installation that consists of 60 small robots, which inspired by synchronous behavior from insects like fireflies. Normally network of swarm is invisible, But in this case those robots creates visible network via laser light – photodetector communication. As a result, they generates rythme that continuously changing. The generated rhythm is made audible by solenoid which strikes floor. Combination of visible network and audible rhythm are deployed spatially.
Most of the time, this kind of multiple device system is only connected to single control system. Contrary the system of this project, each device is communicating each other. Thus, the synchronization is not a thing that controlled, but emerged. This kind of system is called swarm intelligence which was found and researched by observation on animals which flocks such as birds, fish, bees and ants. Humans are listening to chorus of frogs or bell cricket, watching flocking thousands of birds. because we feel it’ s beautiful. I was questioning “Is that possible to make such a thing, something worth to see like natural phenomena, but artificial.”
This project is about making artificial natural phenomena. Moreover not just mimicking algorithm, make up my own one, to pursue expression.




2021 Canal Connect (Teatros del Canal, Madrid)

2019 Nemo Biennale (104, Paris)

2019 Now Japan (Vilnius, Lithuenia)

2019 Festival Ars Electronica (Postcity, Linz)

2019 22nd Japan Media Art Festival Excellence Award

2019 Digital Art Lab (Station Berlin, Berlin)

2018 Speculum Artium (Delavski Dom, Trvobjie)



Selected Works

Lasermice dyadinstallation

Lasermice ensemblesperformance



Yarn Recorderexperimental device


Asemic LanguagesInstallation

Glitch Knithacking / knitting

Jamming Geargadget

Objets of soundinstallation

Technophone Kitgadget / workshop

Computed Copyclothing

Captured DesireSculpture

turntable sequencerInstallation

slit movie sequencerInstallation

bells in the waterInstallation