If you recall “Soak, Dye in Light” project by everyware, Cloud Pink is the latest iteration, taking on the analogy of cloud rather than paint soaked fabric. The installation invites participants to “touch the pink clouds” drifting on a giant fabric screen suspended in the air.
Lying down on a hill with your pupils filled with the endless blue sky, perspective of your eyesight suddenly gets distorted and clouds drift at the tip of your nose. You stretch your arms up to the sky to touch the clouds but can’t reach. Another world right above your head, clouds.
Created using Processing, GLSL and 2 x Kinects and Projectors.
The images below are from the installation at the Savina Gallery, Seoul, Korea. Also included at the bottom of the post is the video recording from Gallery Seoul xii, where installation takes a somewhat different shape.
Everyware is a creative computing group formed in 2007 by Hyunwoo Bang and Yunsil Heo. Hyunwoo Bang is an assistant professor of the New Media Lab. in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in Seoul National University. Yunsil Heo has an MFA from the Department of Design/Media Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles, and BA degrees from the College of Fine Arts and College of Humanities at Seoul National University.
Posted on: 24/04/2012
Posted in: Processing