Displayed at the London Design Museu, the 'Osmosis' Installation by Arik Levy incorporates a factor of interactive visuals.
The installation generates visuals that are affected by each visitor's movements. This multi-sensory art display is experienced as visitors enter a black room with a screen that reacts to create crystal visuals that are dependent on movement. According to Dezeen magazine, the Levy was inspired by the notion that "a master jewel cutter can predict the shape of a cut stone but not how it will interact with the light."
Using this idea of unpredictability has made for a stunning visual show in the ever-prominent genre of interactive art installations. Arik Levy capitalizes on random movements to create striking visuals that make chaos seem beautiful. The inventive 'Osmosis' Installation by Arik Levy is highly modern and hypnotizing.
Crystalizing Interactive Art
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