Ryoji Ikeda Creates a Sonic and Visual Canvas With Binary Code

By: Peter Vallas - Published: May 19, 2011 • References: ryojiikeda & armoryonpark.org
Japanese electronic composer and designer Ryoji Ikeda has created a sonic and visual art installation that will give you the experience of being in the Matrix.

Ryoji Ikeda is a master at sound and he knows that incorporating a second sense into design would help viewers of his works get a deeper understanding of his art pieces. Using strobe lights, shadow effects and electronic sound variances, Ikeda transforms the entire floor and 40-foot wall into an intense visual experience.

On display from May 20 through June 11, 2011, it is the first time Americans will get a chance to see his work. Ryoji Ikeda has put an immense amount of time and work into this piece, so you should definitely check it out if you're in the area. Stats for Binary Landscape Art Trending: Older & Chilly
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