This cinematic landscape of light and sound incorporating video projection and audio design by Klip Collective was realized in its first execution during Data Garden’s annual Switched-On Garden on October 14, 2012.
The Switched-On Garden 002 was an interactive exhibition held at North America’s oldest botanic garden, Bartram’s Garden in Philadelphia, in the fall of 2012 during the citywide festival, DesignPhiladelphia. Music label Data Garden, who distribute their recordings in packaging that can grow into a living plant after being planted in the ground, invited artists including Klip Collective to create original works exploring the relationship between plants, music and technology for this unique event.
Animation and Post by Monogram
Directed by Ricardo Rivera
Soundtrack by Josh James
Animation by Masa Wakabayashi
Smoke System by
Shot and Edited by Kevin Ritchie
Stills by Justin Pekera