'Neon Fauna' is the first in my series of artwork that shall explore 'generalized symmetry' and interactions between Nature & Artificial Reality.
The sound scape of 'Neon Fauna' was self-generated in real-time by motion analysis on the already processed video art.
''Revolving vertical wall gardens invite the passerby to explore the 'Living Building'. Akin to honey bees, they are lured by the electric buzz of the workspace's neon lights and robotic petals, while the real flowers in Spring's bloom are left alone.''
All artifacts used in this self-referential video artwork, were located within Jaaga, an open art hack space in Bangalore, India, where 'Neon Fauna' was first installed as part of the 'Sound and Lights' exhibition.