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Ee 5 - interview. Justin Goodyer reassembling Adaptive Bloom

In this issue of Entreentre Frederik Petersen is meeting artist and architect Justin Goodyer to talk about his kinematic device Adaptive Bloom. Adaptive bloom can be described as an responsive wall-panel that seeks to engage the spectator through its poetic and interactive mechanics. The interview touches on how Adaptive Bloom is made, how it works and what ideas it embodies.

Justin Goodyer has is educated at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL where he is currently a teaching fellow in making and cad/cam. The interview takes place at the workshop facilities at the Bartlett, where Justin is reassembling and testing Adaptive Bloom before it is shipped off to an art collector.

Photos by Entreentre, September 2015

Justin Goodyer. Reassembling and testing Adaptive Bloom - panel back end.
Justin Goodyer. Reassembling and testing Adaptive Bloom - 3d-printed kinetic flowers before mount.
Justin Goodyer. Reassembling and testing Adaptive Bloom - 3d-printed kinetic flowers before mount.
Justin Goodyer. Adaptive Bloom - kinetic flower in closed position.
Justin Goodyer. Adaptive Bloom - kinetic flower in open position.
Justin Goodyer. Reassembling and testing Adaptive Bloom - kinetic flower.
Justin Goodyer, reassembling and testing Adaptive Bloom.
Justin Goodyer.