teamLAB, Interactive Installation, Large balls that change color and sound with touch. Contemporary Art at Hong Kong Arts Centre. A Journey through art and technology - wish i could've seen this installation
(Erneste Neto, There is Nothing Else to Be Seen, but the World Não há nada para ser visto, a não ser o mundo Initially I wanted to research interactive installation art pieces that I found particularly interesting that related to the subject of play.
Giant balloons and playful shadow patterns show scale and movement in otherwise lifeless space. juhavantzelfde: Jenny Marketou, ‘Be careful who sees you when you dream’, installation view, Picked up from a previous installation .
‘fake’ swimming pool by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich, known for his illusion-like installations
Prismatic Paintings Produced From Refracted Light by Stephen Knapp
Ro: The colors and patterns, feels edgy
Trippy Digital Pavement at Berlin Train Station
An interactive installation called "Onskebronn", at a central station in Berlin, Germany. Sound and movement are triggered by pedestrians as they step onto the platform. The installation is created by German Sven Beyer of the performing arts group "Phase
Interactive sculpture with an architecture bent, cool installations by Alex Schweder Cool spaces, architecture, design installations and places
Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto - one of his soft art installations in London.
"Kingyobu", a group of young Japanese artists transformed this former telephone booth into a giant aquarium. An artful way to give obsolete things a second life!
What happens when you give thousands of kids thousands of colored dots in an all white room? The Obliteration Room-Interactive Art Exhibit // Queensland gallery of Modern Art // “Obliteration Room” by Yayoi Kusama;
Olafur Eliasson, Multiple shadow house, When a body enters the space and begins to interact with the light installation
Weave Your Lighting by Kwangho Lee - Dezeen
Cork pixel wall - Tali Buchler for Zichron Yaakov community center
Circle Painting on CD's. Want to do something like this for the school foyer.