Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Osram Interactive Art Installation




This is a recently launched interactive art installation in Munich, created by artist Markus Lerner for Osram, Germany. The interactive panels react to the flow of the passing traffic. It is interesting to see how the artist has used the passing traffic as an influencing input of the artwork, but the feedback appears to be very subtle. I am not sure who will really notice this relation ship. See video of installation in action, below.

5 comments:

Eoghan said...

It's a bit "Volume" by UVA don't you think?? Volume is a piece they did for Playstation last year or the year before...

I've been trying to dig out a piece that was done in Tokyo that involved something similar but got passers by to pick up a phone, and then reacted to that...I'll post it to you once I come across it!

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