Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Lite Nature



Tree, by Simon Heijdens, is projected onto several facades in the city, including dark corners and alleys. The main location has a 3x8 meter drawing of a tree projected onto the facade of a building. The branches and leaves move slightly, with an intensity that depends on actual wind gusts.
(Found here)
The tree also reacts to sound (the leaves fall from noise), and is sensitive to what happens to other trees in the city. Ahh, the beautiful empathy of inanimate objects. So perfect, direct, immediate.
Watching the new artistic inventions these days is like looking at a wonderful playground. You just can't get enough watching, it all seems fresh and new and unexpected - but at the same time you, I, can't wait till the next step.






6 comments:

Brock Neilson said...

That is magnificent!

I agree completely, new art is like a glorious playground, I cannot get enough.

Thanks so much for posting this, I am really glad that I found it.

carla said...

forgive my ignorance but what do you mean by "lite"? Is it a word for light?

vvoi said...

"Lite" is "Light" but looks old-fashioned-cool. It is supposed to give the title a slightly "teenage" feel. If it didn't, it's probably because I don't remember the feel that well.

carla said...

Oh...! I didn't mean to cause any confusion... I just never saw the word before in my life. Irelated with light but I wasn't sure if it had another meaning.

Anyway I just love the idea of the artist... It's simply beautiful.

Brock Neilson said...

I have got to see this in real life.

徵信社 said...

I love it! Very creative!That's actually really cool..

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