[CONCEPT] These static light sculptures disturb our perception of depth and perspective to the point that you do not know whether you are looking at a physical object or at lights and shadows.
[CONCEPT] This installation invites visitors to select a song on an iPad and to watch its visualization on the walls of the space. Painted with black and white lines, the five walls become a canvas for the digital mapping. More than a simple visualization, motion capture enables the visitor to interact with the animation.
[AGENDA] Five years after investing the Palais de Tokyo for a gigantic solo show, Loris Gréaud is back in two of Paris' most prestigious institutions, the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Become Godzilla and terrify a bunch of villagers just by walking past them in this Kinect-powered installation. The people projected on wooden boxes run for their lives as soon as the visitor approaches them.
[CONCEPT] Presented at the Geneva Mapping Festival, "Isotopes V.02" can be seen as a metaphor on nuclear power, in light of the Fukushima event.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] The dissonance between physical and digital archive makes the selection of informations even harder. What should we keep? What is the difference between an original or a copy? A series of installation mixing old and new technologies illustrates his idea.
[GAME-INSPIRED] A video game is projected onto three wall-mounted acrylic paintings created by Cable Griffith. A NES controller lets the audience interact with the piece.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] A 120-foot long screen composed of 588 LED screens displays in real time the drawings made on three iPads located in the exhibition space.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Famous for his interactive sculptures, Daniel Rozin is currently exhibiting a new series of works at Angles, his fifth solo show at the bitforms gallery in New York.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] A metal surface covered with thousands of steel balls slowly tilts from one side to the other. The movement creates ever-changing patterns. Grönlund-Nisunen are interested in the sculptural representation of physical phenomenons.
[CONCEPT] Installed at the Museum of Modern Art of Aalborg, Denmark, this installation created by Thilo Frank consists in a small room covered with mirrors, outside as well as inside.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Piles of various objects are cleverly arranged together to perfectly fit into intricate spaces, between buildings or containers, or to become perfect squares. The installations of Michael Johansson are reminiscent of a game of Tetris IRL.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Threads illuminated by ultraviolet lights create a new dimension into the space of the installation. Choi's work questions our environnement and our perception of interior and exterior spaces.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This mobile created by Neil Mendoza is made of Android tablets that follow your every move. Wherever you go, the face divided between the four screens is watching you.
[CONCEPT] Presented at DLECTRICTY, Detroit's art and light exhibition that took place last October, YOUR TEXT HERE is a participative video installation.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] A sheet of spandex becomes a tactile membrane the public can interact with. The surface creates amazing visuals and music as visitors push their hands into it.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Located on the ceiling of the Sherry and Joel Malin Sculpture court at the Cornell University, this installation is made of nearly 12,000 LEDs lights. The dynamic light display is a tribute to Carl Sagan, the astrophysicist and professor at Cornell who popularized science through his cult show Cosmos.
[CONCEPT] Located at the corner of Mercer Street and Washington Place in NYC, this interactive window display becomes animated when the passer-by to call a specific number.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Presented at the Hyundai Vision Hall in Seoul, this 16k video projection was made using motion capture and CGI.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Set in the Sainte-Marie-Madeleine Church as part of the Fantastic 2012 in Lille, Dan Roosegaarde imagined a dome made of metallic flowers which open up at the visitor presence.