Interactive Light and Sound Installation Plays Like a Guitar - My Modern Metropolis

Interactive Light and Sound Installation Plays Like a Guitar

"Resonate" Interactive sound and Light Installation for the Luminale 2012 Designed by the students of University of Applied Sciences Mainz and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

Un sencillo Stand, realizado por el estudio checo Studio Pha, no sólo ha servido de expositor para la empresa Lasvit-Euroluce sino que el m...

Un sencillo Stand, realizado por el estudio checo Studio Pha, no sólo ha servido de expositor para la empresa Lasvit-Euroluce sino que el m...

Nike Savvas @ Leeds Art Gallery by Dervish Images, via Flickr

‘Liberty and Anarchy’ rains down in a colourful display at Leeds Art Gallery with the first UK solo exhibition for more than a decade by Australian artist, Nike Savvas.

Lygia Pape

Ttéia installation by Lygia Pape, modern art installation, ~ahhhh really delicate installations are my favorite kind alongside of interactive ones

Luminale Frankfurt  Interactive Light and Sound Installation white elastic that can be played like a guitar

Interactive Light and Sound Installation Plays Like a Guitar

Luminale Frankfurt Interactive Light and Sound Installation white elastic that can be played like a guitar. Resonate playfully invites spectators to do more than simply observe. This is one exhibit that doesn't have a "Do Not Touch" sign.

FLOATING LANDSCAPES

this is net a project by croatian-austraian design group numen/for use. with layers of netting hung is spaces, forming a 'floating landscape' open for visitors to climb and explore. a social art work. house of contemporary art, hasselt, belgium.

Resonate, an interactive sound and light installation, entertained audiences in Frankfurt, Germany at the opening party for this year's biennial festival of lighting culture known as Luminale 2012. The responsive structure is the combined efforts of students studying master programs — "Interior Design - Spatial Communication" and "Sound Art - Composition" at University of Applied Sciences Mainz and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, respectively. Using digital LED light and sound, the…

Interactive Light and Sound Installation Plays Like a Guitar

Resonate by students from the University of Applied Sciences Mainz and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. Made from a series of white elastic strings pulled across the interior of a container ship.

"resonate" / interactive sound & light installation Luminale 2012, Frankfurt am Main ZKM Karlsruhe exhibition "sound art" by FH Mainz / M.A. Kommunikation im Raum found on LeRoMi - portfolio Lea Mirbach https://leromi.allyou.net

"resonate" / interactive sound & light installation Luminale 2012, Frankfurt am Main ZKM Karlsruhe exhibition "sound art" by FH Mainz / M.A. Kommunikation im Raum found on LeRoMi - portfolio Lea Mirbach https://leromi.allyou.net

set designers Lightning + Kinglyface, aka Anna Fulmine and Victoria Shahrokh

‘Penelopiad’ by Lightning & Kinglyface aka Anna Fulmine and Victoria Shahrokh, uses a white, stretched canvas as a metaphor for human skin. Named after a novella by Margaret Atwood,

Click to enlarge These 2940 yellow and black plastic spheres across a 35m-long wall made up the fun and engaging interactive pop-up installation at London's King's Cross station called Song Board. ...:

2940 yellow and black plastic spheres across a wall made up the fun and engaging interactive pop-up installation at London’s King’s Cross station called Song Board. Designed by the students at Central Saint Martins University of the Arts in London

Citizen, LIGHT is TIME (2014) "Renowned Japanese watch manufacturer CITIZEN recently unveiled a stunning installation called LIGHT is TIME at Milan Design Week..... A truly one-of-a-kind experience for viewers, who are enveloped in a cloud of refracting light, time frozen around them like thousands of golden rain drops." - Jenny Zhang

Light is Time is an art installation developed by Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects. Featuring suspended main plates—the basic component of a watch—the award-winning installation was unveiled at Milan Design Week in April

Wave

class at SCI-Arc recently completed an installation for the main entrance using laminar flow by Professors: Andy ku, Jenny Wu, Marcos Sanchez.

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