Light “Array”

Comissioned by the Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media in Japan, ‘Array’ is an interactive light installation featuring a field of LED strips that interact with visitors. Created by United Visual Artists (UVA), the lighting installation shifts in response to the viewers’ movements using hidden ultrasonic sensors. Says UVA, “Inside the grid lives a spirit, in the form of a single pure red light. This spirit is timid but often playful, revealing itself boldly then disappearing.”

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