LUMIZEK I Interactive Installation Proposal for Amsterdam Light Festival 2018-2019
Lumizek is an interactive lighting installation designed to respond to music and surrounding environments. The overall form is created by using multiple layers of luminous elements which start growing from nodes, lines, surfaces to eventually create spatial environments. The appearance and disappearance of each element is pre programmed to respond to sound or live input from human interaction. Viewers can navigate through the dynamically changing space and interact with the installation using the controller. The pre programmed lighting sequence will be running ambient light compositions on a 3 minute loop responding to music while the accent lights will be activated by sensors and interactive controllers as live instruments. Lumizek will create a dynamic visual vibration which dances together with music, beat, and surrounding environment to fulfill Amsterdam Light Festival 2018-2019 with energy and activity.
LUMIZEK I Sample video of Light Sequencing
Reference Project I LUMIBOLIC
Lumibolic is an interactive and occupiable environment shaped from hyperbolic paraboloid geometries. Its luminous surfaces are composed of strands of glowing EL wire that modulate their form and intensity in response to sound and motion inputs. Designed to generate dynamic visual vibrations inspired by the work of Op-Artists Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely, the piece visualizes relationships between site and visitor on a large scale. Presented and co-produced by LERATA and Arts Brookfield, Lumibolic was selected for LA Skyline 2016 and has been exhibited at Bank of America Plaza, downtown Los Angeles from February 11th ~ March 18th 2016. During the exhibition period Lumibolic has been fully responsive to sounds and activities and has interacted with audiences and musicians including Aaron Gilmartin who held three performance sessions.