‘Flow’ is a series of explorations using dynamically controlled points of light within physical space to visualise the flow of energy, data and artefacts; real and imagined, as suggested by the landscape itself.
‘Flow’ is a series of explorations using dynamically controlled points of light within physical space to visualise the flow of energy, data and artefacts; real and imagined, as suggested by the landscape itself. It is an attempt to represent the elemental feel and energy of a space, inspired by its topography and features, dynamically altering and accentuating facets of the landscape in the process.
Visually inspired by the myriad cultural references to energy and flow patterns, from Aboriginal dreamtime paintings to Japanese wave and ripple designs, we are using light and technology to place a dynamic layer onto physical space that is both an augmentation and a reflection of it.
Artist | Squidsoup
Squidsoup is a UK-based international group of artists, researchers, technologists and designers working with digital and interactive media experiences. Their work combines physical and dynamic digital spaces with novel and intuitive forms of interaction to produce immersive, responsive and beguiling experiences.
Squidsoup has exhibited across the globe at a broad range of events and locations, including Burning Man, Sydney Opera House, SIGGRAPH, Usina del Arte (Buenos Aires) Sundance (USA) and others.
Flow by Squidsoup
Lightscape, San Diego Botanic Garden