Solo Fuga is artist's Maria Pia Picozza installation, supported by Studio Macchinette on the interaction side. A flock of iron wire birds cross the space trying an escape. As the visitors pass by, the proximity sensors produce audio tracks creating an additional perceptive level that enhances the artwork experience.
Solo Fuga has been hosted by Artisti ai Banchi gallery in Rome and at Biennale d'Arte Viterbo 2014.
SoloFuga interaction is made up by a ultrasound sensors array and a Flash application.