Interactive Artwork

We discussed many different pieces of interactive architecture in class and I have come across the work of Jason Burges.  He  is an artist who creates interactive pieces that respond to the movement of light, wind, the amount of play, etc..  His studio is based in England and his artwork is displayed in many different venues all over the world. The most fascinating piece, in my opinion, is the facade of the W Hotel in London. He has 8 cameras set up on the top of the building that take panoramic pictures of the skyline every minute and pieces them together in a 2 minute slide show, then displays them on the skin of the building.


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