Anything Can Break is an interactive art installation that explores some abstract concepts in a mesmerizing way. Inspired by the idea of breasts, clouds and fragility, Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak hopes to "expand our perception and alter our attitudes through different sensory modes, aroused by these seemingly different but connected rigid geometric and organic forms," as she puts it.
Recently debuted during the 18th Biennale of Sydney at the recently renovated Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, the Anything Can Break interactive art installation involves origami cubes and clouds shaped like breasts. Illuminated by fiber optics, the installation is lined with motion sensors that detect movement from visitors beneath it. This movement triggers various musical motifs, which ties into the interactive aspect of the Anything Can Break installation.
'Anything Can Break' Explores Geometric and Organic Forms
Meghan Young — June 28, 2012 — Tech
References: news.ninemsn.au & mymodernmet