07.01.2017 | Sensory, Baby

by Ian Bristow January. 13, 2017 301 views

As well as visiting the nostalgic The Story of Children’s Television from 1946 to Today

'What a Loving, and Beautiful World' by Japanese digital art collective teamLab. QUAD Derby.

The installation features twenty-two Sino-Japanese characters by the calligrapher Shishū which cascade down from ceiling to floor. The artwork is activated either by touch or by shadows which transform the images into new motifs associated with the meanings of the characters—mostly inspired by nature such as the sun, moon, water, trees and birds. As these images and the viewers interact with one another, more forms emerge that transform into and ever-evolving installation landscape. Sound is also triggered and transformed by audience interaction which ultimately generates a rich multi-sensory experience that is dependent upon the actions of visitors in the gallery and never repeats itself.

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