Disappearing into colour!

A new series of light installations is set to open soon in a Tokyo digital art museum. The digital exhibit has been created by a Japanese collective called teamLab and combines experiential effects of sound and projections in a light-filled environment literally bursting with colour. Illusions of water combined with movement promise the chance to

‘Northern Lights’ in my (Australian) city

Just last month, the city of Adelaide held its Festival and a highlight for me was the Parade of Lights which illuminated the historic buildings along North Terrace. But one installation shone more brilliantly within this colourful and light-filled setting … a representation of the Northern Lights. Dan Acher’s Borealis was projected outside the State Library with a

A Kaleidoscope of Colour

KALEIDOSCOPE – an analog interactive installation / placebo painting / large scale streaming by Karina Smigla-Bobinski at TIFF – Toronto International Film Festival, digiPlaySpace, 2018.  A mesmerising experience of colour and light!

The ‘Lucid’ Project

Mainly filmed in the arctic landscape of Iceland, this beautiful video entitled Lucid is the latest project by German artists Tarek Mawad and Friedrich van Schoor. The film creates “a surreal world based on simple geometric light shapes that seem misplaced, but somehow blend with its surrounding at the same time”. Watch and enjoy the film here: