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Archivos - 24 Junio 2011, 11:35

UVA: United Visual Artists

24 Junio 2011, 11:35

The Creators Project went and visited United Visual Artists in London, one of the art groups doing the most brilliant things with dynamic lighting in environments. They define their work in the video: “It’s not really the newness that interests us, it’s more the unfamiliarity.”

Ryoji Ikeda: The Transfinite. The set-up.

24 Junio 2011, 10:38

So how was it done? Ryoji Ikeda: The Transfinite. The set-up.

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Ryoji Ikeda: The Transfinite 19

24 Junio 2011, 10:22

Ryoji Ikeda: The Transfinite 19 from Brooklyn Digital Foundry on Vimeo.

Ikeda creates a visual and sonic environment where visitors are submerged in an extreme illustration of projected and synchronized data. His work uses scale, light, shade, volume, shadow, electronic sounds, and rhythm to flood the senses. In choreographing vast amounts of digital information, Ikeda conjures up a transformative environment in which visitors confront data on a scale that defies comprehension, experiencing the infinite.