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‘Circle of Life’ by Limelight

‘Circle of Life’ by Limelight

"As a philosophical concept, the circle of life means that we start at the end and end in the beginning. Our lives, from beginning to end, resemble a complete full circle. No matter how big or small the circle is, it ends in the exact same way for everyone. It’s...

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‘CUPID’S KOI GARDEN’ by ENESS

‘CUPID’S KOI GARDEN’ by ENESS

"Cupid’s Koi Garden is the world’s first inflatable fountain: a fantastical artwork that emerges from your ordinary vista like a mirage. The installation is a combination of classical statues depicting cupid and formal civic fountains and is a statement about the...

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“Cimbalom Circle” by Daily Tous Les Jours

“Cimbalom Circle” by Daily Tous Les Jours

"Cimbalom Circle is part of Daily’s Musical Pavement series that brings a new musical dimension to cities. These artworks live permanently in urban architecture to stimulate the emergence of new gathering habits and opportunities for a wide audience to play music...

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‘Data Eye of Wangjing’ by Ouchhh

‘Data Eye of Wangjing’ by Ouchhh

"Data Eye of Wangjing is a new public art sculpture that is created using data to art various aspects of life in Beijing.  Different sets of environmental data such as air quality, CO2 transmissions and city traffic are translated onto the rotating LED panels, using...

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Episode 026: David Glicksman

Episode 026: David Glicksman

Hey guys, welcome back to the Luminous Arts!  I spend the next hour and a half talking to a good friend of mine, David Glicksman.  He’s the Director of Creative Technology at Gensler’s DxD department in LA.  They’re doing some really next-level installations in some...

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‘Chinook Arc’ by Joe O’Connell & Blessing Hancock

‘Chinook Arc’ by Joe O’Connell & Blessing Hancock

"Chinook Arc is an interactive, illuminated sculpture that reflects our impressions of the Beltline neighborhood as a well defined, confident and vibrant community. The form draws inspiration from the historic Beltline Streetcar loop that once encircled the...

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“Memory Cloud” by RE:site

“Memory Cloud” by RE:site

"Memory Cloud explores the embodiment of shared traditions of movements. An ethereal constellation of light expresses the dynamic pulse of Texas A&M University campus life, making students both viewer and subject. Moving patterns of light are abstracted from...

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Episode 025: Nathan Lachenmyer

Episode 025: Nathan Lachenmyer

In this episode, I sit down with my friend Nathan Lachenmyer to talk about his work as a creative technologist.  He started his career at MIT, in my hometown of Boston, which is actually how I met Nathan in the first place.  Nathan is a super talented creator and he’s...

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‘Chroma Flow’ by James Tapscott & Light Application

‘Chroma Flow’ by James Tapscott & Light Application

"Chroma Flow is an evocative perceptual experience using an environment-responsive and interactive lighting system throughout the length of an underpass. The utilitarian space, comes alive with immersive fields of colour which shift throughout the day, in synch with...

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‘CYCLE’ by Serge Maheu

‘CYCLE’ by Serge Maheu

"CYCLE is an artwork that was inspired by astronomy principles, such as the Saros cycle that predicts the movement and eclipses of the Moon and Sun. The circle-shaped structure diffuses two rings of light, inwards and outwards, which recalls the diffuse circular light...

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‘Dynamo’ by Studio Daniel Canogar

‘Dynamo’ by Studio Daniel Canogar

"Studio Daniel Canogar presents one of its most ambitious projects to date: Dynamo, a suspended artwork created for the atrium of the Spanish Pavilion at Expo Dubai 2020. Created in collaboration with the sound artist Francisco López, and produced In collaboration...

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