Japanese art collective TeamLab has unveiled an interactive digital installation at National Gallery of Victoria, which is inspired by the spiralling movement of whirlpools.
Titled Moving Creates Vorticles Create Movement, the work was launched as part of Melbourne’s inaugural National Gallery of Victoria Triennial that showcases a range of contemporary art and design from over 100 artists.
The experiential work features a series of “immersive and responsive” lights that project moving lines that rotate on the floor.
Designed to appear like whirlpools of water, sensors in the lights are programmed to react to people’s movement and pace.
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