LightWave, interactive pavilion in Brisbane, Australia

Del 4 al 10 octubre de 2010, en el parque de South Bank, Brisbane, Australia, los arquitectos de diseño experimental Ahn y Lee Keehyun Minsoo de ANL Studio, crearon y montaron una instalación de luz íntima sensorial. Con 10 metros (L) x 16m (w) x 5.5m (H), la onda luminosa no es sólo una escultura o una obra de arte, sino un objeto con el que se puede interactuar, como un juguete animado o una criatura híbrida que vive - brillante y pulsante por el río.

On 4–10 October in the Parklands, South Bank, Brisbane, Australia, experimental architect/designer, Keehyun Ahn and Minsoo Lee of AnL Studio created and installed an intimate sensory light based installation to engage and embrace audiences as the festival hub for Unlimited.

With 10m(L) X  16m(w) X 5.5m(H), Lightwave is not just a sculpture or an art piece, but an object that can be interacted with, like a large animated toy or hybrid living creature – glowing and pulsing by the river. Keehyun and Minsoo’s cultural aim is to start conversations of giving a new layer to the contemporary parks as a performative public space. They would achieve this, by offering a new and unexpected reciprocal experience between people and the object (displayed art), or between nature and the (artificial) object. Lightwave responds in a purposefully dynamic and playful way, engaging and inviting public participation. The object will be responsive to the new environment, therefore generating a new pattern into the place and time.

Through this experience with Lightwave, AnLstudio wants to provoke the audience to think about the following questions: What surrounds you? What do those surroundings mean to you?
Not only does the interactive content consciously provide the chance (or occasion) to express the bystander’s behavior, but it provides this experience through undulated formation by way of the invisible network vertically/horizontally/perceptively, in order to absorb the physical boundary (situation) and maneuver the public to explore the diversity of Lightwave with their performance.

The fluid configuration is intended to animate the trajectories of the undulation/fluctuation so as to unite the top and bottom, the beginning and end. It ultimately invents an infinite loop as well as varied visual effects from many view points.

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The project consists of two clusters, associated with architectural elements including a seating area, dictated pass-way, and reflected objects (layering tube), which is designed to create a continuous network. Each cluster is composed of a group of polycarbonate clear tubes (30&45 tubes) and embedded LED lamps and lighting balls, arranged into an undulating surface with different densities/angles, sitting on top of architectural element, so as to create an encompassed space. Over the interactive contents, the density/angle will trigger the viewers’ activity with different and unique reflection, and create patterns through the tube/cluster.

Each unit of the transparent tube contains electronic module devices including infrared sensors (IR) and Micro-controlled circuits capable of recognizing the proximity of visitors. When triggered by the sensor, each electronic device delivers diverse kinetic lighting effects expressing a feeling of expanding, breathing, blinking, floating and shrinking by the different sequence of participant’s behavior in front of the installation units.

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