Wang Ramirez made the art space dance, they created a performance on a flexible space and worked with an unique light system and brought the audience into another world. They incorporated the opportunity and freedom to reinvent themselves, being inspired by the room and its possibilities.
Random International’s ongoing Swarm Studies explore the intelligence in motion of self-organising systems through increasingly dematerialised, sensory environments. Inspired by the acrobatic efficiency of flocking birds, the individual light sources are each imbued with a collective behaviour. When a person approaches, the swarm alters the direction and demenour of its flight in response to the sound of their presence. Through its movement and behaviour, the swarm appears almost animate, responsively integrating the surrounding natural phenomena, spatial dynamics and human activity.
Documentation from 'Random International: The Behaviour of Objects' at Carpenters Workshop Gallery, London 2010.
Building Music is an interactive installation that explores the musicality of different architectural features. By moving the light of a flashlight along the facade of the building the viewers create musical compositions while lighting the windows. Every window hides a sound and a color that are activated by the viewers from the distance.
The project enables the augmentation of public facades to transform them into interactive spaces creating a dialog between the audience and the architecture around them.
All the audio in this video was created by the viewers.
Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Arts, Minneapolis, 2009
A Project by Alberto García, Julio Obelleiro, Jorge Cano and Pedro Enriquez.
Thanks to Carlos Cano, Eurico Moita and Sebastian Álvarez