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Touch

January 3, 2007 | | 4 Comments

‘Touch’ is a project by the Belgian digital design and art lab, LAb[au], Laboratory for Architecture and Urbanism. The project takes as a starting point Brussels’ 145 m high Dexia Tower, from which 4200 windows can be individually colour-enlightened, … Read More

Leicester Lights – Jason Bruges Studio

December 22, 2006 |

Looking at the rich mix of colour, form and movement that we see in processions and carnivals, and celebrating Leicester’s cultural diversity, Interactive Architects, Jason Bruges Studio have integrated colour capturing technologies … Read More

Kinetic Art and Architecture part 2 – Anthony McCall

December 1, 2006 | | 2 Comments

During my current work research (see previous post) I came accross the beautiful work of Anthony McCall and thought I’d post it as my second post in a series on kinetic art and architecture. He used film to explore … Read More

The Light Bead Curtain – Ami Wolf and Jin-Yo Mok

November 1, 2006 |

The Light Bead Curtain is an interactive musical installation that can be freely played by person’s touch. The installation takes the familiar form of a beaded curtain that consists of strings of simple clear beads. Each bead, on a … Read More

Colour by Numbers

October 31, 2006 |

Colour by numbers is a 72 meters high light installation at Telefonplan in Stockholm. "A tower stands at Telefonplan. Austere, slim and dark; rising towards the sky like an exclamation mark. A tower is an archetypical creator … Read More

The Laser harp – Jen Lewin

October 23, 2006 | | One Comment

The Laser harp by Jen Lewin, Blue Ink Studio is playing with the relationship between the physical and the digital, the virtual and the real. The "Laser Harps" is an immersive instrument and installation using movement and laser light … Read More

Windbreak – Adam Richards Architects

October 13, 2006 | | One Comment

Adam Richards Architects have designed a wind breaker with a difference. Created for a priest to shelter him whilst writing sermons on his roof terrace in central London, this project is conceived as an electronic Annunciation. … Read More

Graffiti Research Lab at Ars Electronica

September 6, 2006 | | 5 Comments

While I was in Linz, Austria for Ars Electronica, the Graffiti Research Lab put together a workshop to make as many LED throwies as they could and then organised a meeting in the town center to decorate the … Read More