TeamLab: Art as vortexes and pirouettes

A&De magazine

TeamLab: Art as vortexes and pirouettes

The Japanese arts studio "TeamLab" used a spectacular play of light to create a sea of spiral reels inside a Melbourne art museum.

TeamLab created the interactive digital installation at the National Gallery of Victoria. The installation is created by "immersive and reactive" lights that project mobile lines on the floor. These lights are programmed to respond to the presence and movement of people in the room.

"When a person moves, a force is applied in that direction and a flow occurs as a result," the designers explained.

"The faster it moves, the stronger the force applied in that direction," they said. "If a person does not move or there are no more people, no flow will occur and nothing will be present in space."

The project is titled Moving Creates Vorticles Create Movement. According to TeamLab, it is intended to demonstrate the ability of human beings to change the course of nature.


Moving Creates Vorticles Create Movement
Moving Creates Vorticles Create Movement
Moving Creates Vorticles Create Movement
Moving Creates Vorticles Create Movement
Moving Creates Vorticles Create Movement
MEDIAGALLERY 5


FOR MORE INFORMATION

TeamLab

January 2018 © A&De Magazine

IDe magazine

Gammastone Architectural & Design Evolutions

Gammastone, leader in manufacturing its own large-size slabs and most sophisticated system in the world, is a modern and dynamic structure with a profound knowledge of the natural stone industry.

GAMMASTONE AIR SYSTEM
GRES AIR
NATURAL AIR
GLASS AIR
GFVC Plus AIR
MOSAIC AIR
BRICK AIR
OTHER APPLICATIONS

MailingList


SUBSCRIPTION      CANCELLATION

We care about your privacy so once you have entered your e-mail address you will receive a validation confirmation by e-mail to confirm your entry. Moreover you can, at any time, delete your e-mail from the system in a totally autonomous way.