Psopo is Michael Atavar, working collectively with Piers Aitman and Richard Scarborough, under the umbrella of Psopo.
Our expertise covers website design, brand consultancy and technology solutions.
The products 'OMETHR' (2020), UWRMA' (2020) and 'ESPELIDES' (2018) can be seen below. Our practice uses these elements as building blocks, developing a further relationship with future technology.
In the previous decade I made some interactive VR pieces for large–scale data projection in galleries and public institutions – '.sciis' [sensitive cumulative intelligent immersive systems] (2001) and 'iamme' (2003). Images from both works are pictured here. These environments propose a plastic landscape – user and interface integrated into a dynamic, oneric experience.
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OMETHR is a 500+ card system, divided up into ten subsidiary colours (each colour represents a quality). Shuffle the whole pack or focus on different configurations of the OMETHR colour spectrum.
ATTC-3: Michael Atavar for Psopo Bubble
App: Programming by Piers Aitman, with design and UI by Richard Scarborough
UWRMA (Unconscious Writing Machine U-WR-MA) is a Twitter bot that delivers a new message every 24 hours at midnight CET.
UWRMA generates random sentences – a springboard for new approaches or prompts that the user can fold back into experimental writing.
ATTC-2: Michael Atavar for Psopo Bubble
Bot: additional aleatory programming by Joe Webber, with original logo and decal design by Richard Scarborough
A site that rearranges your text in new, unseen ways. Write or paste your words into the ESPELIDES window then click on one of the buttons to manipulate the sentences.
ESPELIDES is useful for product ideas, names, titles, exercises in writing. Try it as part of your individual practice or within your creative agency.
ATTC-1: Michael Atavar for Psopo Bubble
Website: Programming by Piers Aitman, with design and UI by Richard Scarborough