Past and Future Potentials is a project that looks at taking an existing physical space and using the way in which people walk through it as a method of renegotiating the physical structures inside it in an organic and unpredictable way.

Through basic behavioural algorithms I’ve created that alter the environment based on movement of people, the narrow and uninteresting street of Pin Lane in Plymouth is transformed into a more interesting and inviting space.

Through one days worth of transformation the lane now divides naturally just outside of the car park. This could serve as a pedestrian filter, as well as providing a natural break in vision between the top and bottom of the lane.

Read my further analysis of the changes and the projects development on my blog.