Zheng Da

A linguagem irrestrita das máquinas
O hipercubo tem 3 metros de comprimento e consiste em uma faixa de LED personalizada de 168 metros, incluindo 22.848 LEDs. Uma vez que o contato dos participantes. O batimento cardíaco será capturado pelo dispositivo de iluminação, que mudará a animação da luz. O ritmo do batimento cardíaco humano é visualizado pela máquina. A máquina engolfa os traços físicos dos seres humanos que se dissipam. Na verdade, essa experiência ocorre a cada momento da vida cotidiana. As animações de luz e som também estão vinculadas aos dados meteorológicos locais, formando a sociedade do espetáculo pós-humano. A máquina respira e a natureza reage.

Jonathan Santana & Xander Smith

Conheça seu criador
Uma performance teatral ao vivo / escultura de luz cinética com drones quadrotor, LEDs, espelhos motorizados e faróis em movimento dançando em uma alegre celebração de balé robótico da tecnoespiritualidade. Explorando UAVs (veículos aéreos não tripulados) semi-autônomos programados por computador como um meio de desviar e desviar a luz e criar esculturas de luz flutuantes dançando ao som da música. Máquinas que tradicionalmente são fornecedores de vigilância e opressão; são artisticamente redefinidos para serem fornecedores de música, dança, alegria, celebração e criatividade.


אזאמה מקוטו
아즈마 마코토
Адзума Макото
Water and Bonsai

In his continued forays into experimental botany that blur the lines between art and science, artist Makoto Azuma (previously) has reimagined the bonsai tree, one of the oldest Japanese artforms. This latest work titled Water and Bonsai, began with a dead branch from a juniper tree which was carefully attached to java moss meant to simulate the form of leaves. The entire piece was then submerged into a modified hydroponic environment similar to some of his earlier aquatic plantscapes replete with LEDs, a filtration system, and C02 emissions that encourage photosynthesis.

benjamin bergery and jim campbell

Jacob’dream: a luminous path
San Francisco-based electronic-media artist Jim Campbell creates work that combines film, light emitting diodes (LEDs) and sculptural elements. His choice of materials is often complex, and he uses them to create imagery that is allusive and open-ended. His exploration of the distinction between the analog world and its digital representation metaphorically parallels the difference between poetic understanding versus the mathematics of data.

Diffus Design

The Climate Dress
The Climate Dress is made of conductive embroidery, over hundred of tiny LED lights inserted into the embroidery, a CO2 sensor and an Arduino Lilypad microprocessor. The LEDs visualise the level of CO2 in the nearby surroundings and are powered trough the embroidery.

Daan Roosegaarde

SPACE WASTE LAB PERFORMANCE is a unique large-scale outdoor artwork of LEDs and real-time tracking information to visualise space waste above your head on an altitude of 200 to 20.000 kilometers. A real piece of space waste is part of the outside exhibition. Special designed software and camera technology developed in the last year enables the SPACE WASTE LAB PERFORMANCE to be exhibited international, in compliance with strict safety and aviation regulations.


ג’ני הולצר
제니 홀저
for saam

Jenny Holzer (b. 1950) is an internationally renowned artist best known for her pioneering work incorporating texts into light-based sculptures and projections. For SAAM (2007) is Holzer’s first cylindrical column of light and text created from white electronic LEDs (light emitting diodes). The piece, according to the artist, is “sensitive to the formal integrity of the museum and attuned to the experience of the collection and space.”


The Grand Staircase chandelier (above) is comprised of a large 1.2m diameter fresnel lens, rimmed by a white Corian ring, and suspended in front of a rose-gold plated cradle housing 9 high power LEDs. “As the white light generated by the LEDs passes through the lens, a pattern of 9 overlapping rings is created, adorning the ceiling with a unique crystalline rose.”


Dexia Tower

Der Dexia Tower ist mit 145 Metern von oben nach unten und 38 Stockwerken das dritthöchste Gebäude in Brüssel, Belgien. Mitten auf dem Rogier Square leuchtet das Gebäude wie ein Leuchtfeuer über der Stadt. Der Turm ist von mehreren wichtigen Verkehrsadern in der Hauptstadt aus sichtbar und befindet sich genau in der Mitte der Achse Mint Square – North Station. Er hat eine trapezförmige Grundfläche auf einer Fläche von 4.400 Quadratmetern. Entworfen von lab-au, the Bei der Installation werden in jedem Fenster ein Dutzend LEDs verwendet, sodass das gesamte Gebäude wie eine große Lite Brite-Leinwand aussieht. Die Temperatur wird basierend auf dem Monatsdurchschnitt angezeigt und eine andere Farbe repräsentiert jede Zunahme oder Abnahme. Es gibt anscheinend auch einen Farbcode für die Darstellung von Luftfeuchtigkeit, Windgeschwindigkeit und Niederschlag, aber er schlägt uns.


MERCEDES-BENZ “Invisible Drive”
The Mercedes-Benz F-CELL is the first hydrogen-powered car, which is ready for series production. With a spectacular action we draw a suitable attention to this innovation: We made people experience F-CELL the same way the environment does – like it’s not even existent. In practice: We disguised the B-Class F-CELL with mats out of LEDs on the one side and fixed a camera on the other side of the car. The camera filmed everything that happened behind the vehicle and transferred every action directly to the LED mats. The effect: The B-Class fused completely with its surrounding and became invisible for the passersby in the immediate vicinity.