Transient Body is an Interactive Light Installation in Chile #ArtTuesday
This installation is awesome. Let us know if you’ve experienced it yourself! From Creative Boom:
As the duo explain: “The project is developed within the 30 feet long cylindrical steel container and consists of two overlaid light instances: one that maps the industrial structure, visible from the access of the installation and another that reacts to the presence of people, accompanying them as they walk.
“The result is a spatial experience, a perceptual exercise that relates our body in motion to the spatial qualities of the place. We are spectators, users and shapers of the experience. It is a transit between the presence and absence of matter, where the light tells about the skin that contains us.”
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