A fictional crime scene has been staged in the gallery space, inviting visitors to solve the mystery. The project adopts concepts of multisensory design, game design, narrative theory, and interaction to create an immersive atmosphere. It expands typical gallery experience and engages the intuitive nature of interaction.
The whole space is rotated by 90 degree to give the viewers a bird’s eye view and is designed in two colors to eliminate distractions.
Mr. Stripe was killed in his office. Three suspects are listed. Who killed Mr. Stripe?
Evidence is hidden in Mr. Stripe’s office. In those cabinets, there are books and boxes. The viewers can investigate through the whole space.
People can push aside the paper scraps and beer cans to search the evidence.
Evidence cards are hidden in one of the fake books, beneath the wedding ring, and on the first page of the calendar.
Money in the wood box indicates that Mr. Checkerboard owes Mr. Stripe a huge amount of money.
Follow the instruction. If you wanted to know Miss Dot’s story, start with the photo frame.
Evidence cards are binded as tear-off sheets so that people who do not have enough time can bring the cards back and solve the case at home.
People can lift the rug and get the card.
1. Mr. Checkerboard owes Mr. Stripe 1 million dollars DUE DATE: MARCH 25, 2020
2. Mr. Checkerboard announced bankruptcy DATE: MARCH 19, 2020
3. Mr. Checkerboard will be sued for his debt DATE: MARCH 26, 2020
1. Mr. Dot was killed in a car accident DATE: MARCH 23, 2015
2. Mr. Stripe repaired his car after an accident DATE: MARCH 24, 2015
3. Mr. Stripe drove drunk after a party DATE: MARCH 23, 2015
1. Mr. Stripe and Miss Dot will get married DATE: MARCH. 25, 2020
2. Mr. Stripe will leave all of his assets to Miss Dot EFFECTIVE DATE: MARCH 25, 2020
3. Miss Stripe and Mr. Stripe have no kinship TEST REPORT DATE: MARCH 18, 2020