Digital artist Andres Reisinger, founder of unclassified studio under his name is known for his experiments that goes beyond screen as Phygital art experiments where physical intersects with digital or vice versa.

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His Hortensia Chair was a first of its kind sculptural functional seat inspired by hydrangea flowers that started as a 3D rendering that soon went viral on social media.

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In his recent book “Unclassifiable,” Andrés presents a tactile odyssey through seven transformative years of his career. But let’s take a look at his recent phygital art installation installed in Jeddah.

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Take over Jeddah

In Andres Reisinger’s Take Over Jeddah, an ethereal embrace encircles an age-old edifice, ingeniously interacting with its context without making direct contact. This intentional approach provokes a dialogue on the essence and worth of architectural relics, especially those overlooked yet embodying the city’s historical and social narratives. It invites spectators to reflect on the importance of cultural heritage, urging a deeper appreciation that transcends physical form.

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