-LIGHT RGB / LED LIGHT
-SCREENS / RASPBERRY PI
-SOUNDS / 7.1 SURROUND SOUND SYSTEM
The Kelpies - timelapse view
Sculpture by Andy Scott at The Helix, Scotland
Dancing With Swarming Particles [extracts]
DANCING WITH SWARMING PARTICLES is an interactive installation and performace that intends to explore the relationship between a physical user/performer and a virtual performer the “avatar” which has the physical characteristics of morphing flocking particles.
The avatar’s body is composed by flocking particles that initially float in the virtual space without any apparent order. It is through the energy of the physical user/performer’s movements that the particles will start to morph into the avatar’s body.
Light Bulb Moment
Let there be light. Especially when it’s as beautiful as this Cloud installation by artist Caitlind Brown. Made from thousands of blown and working lightbulbs, it brings out the child in us, pulling on its raindrop-like strings to create collective light flashes. “We were hoping for wonder, curiosity, and excitement,” says Brown. “What we didn’t expect was awe on people’s faces as they stood beneath.” There’s nothing new about switching on a light with a chord. But that’s the point. Scaled up, it’s an everyday experience made extraordinary. Reimagining the mundane to a Eureka moment once more.
Source: Fast Company
Terms of Trade (exchange) 2014, suspended and rotating at call. My rosettes in Sculpture at Scenic World, Katoomba, NSW Australia. beaut photo © A Shot Above Photography & Imaging
Using all kinds of materials, including trees, flowers, candles, sand, and ice, London-based artist Anya Gallaccio creates site-specific artworks that explore the ephemerality of nature.
In particular, Red on Green is a stunning display of 10,000 fresh roses that were arranged within a gallery space. Gallaccio pulled the heads off of the roses and arranged them into a tightly packed rectangle.
Amazing installation is huge physical wall matrix of moving white cubes that act as a pixel display, put together by J o n p a s a n g for Hyondai.
Here is a video of the work in action - the first minute is a performance as seen in the GIFs above, but is also used to add texture to projected video:
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