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an artistic data visualization & sonification installation that translates, encodes & visualizes the textual description of the project in a series of immersive light & sound patterns. the installation consists of a multi-segmented plexiglass grid with 480 LEDs, mounted from the ceiling of an exhibition hall. each individual light turns on or off at different intervals in a pre-programmed order determined on the textual dataset.
see also morse code.
[andresramirezgaviria.com (click 'projects')]




Interesting project. The visual effect is really astonishing!

Sat 26 Aug 2006 at 7:14 AM

The Phoenix Art Museum has a less interactive, but beautiful LED art exhibit in their permanent collection. Here's the blurb I received from an earlier email to them:

"It is by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and is called "You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies," and was created in 2005. Yayoi Kusama has dealt with the theme of infinity in painting, sculpture and installation art for over 40 years. She began making mirrored room installations for temporary exhibition in the mid-1960s. With the advent of LED lights, Kusama has begun to make these as permanent works. There are four extant: in Japan, France, in the collection of the Whitney Museum, and in Phoenix."

Fri 01 Sep 2006 at 3:36 AM
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