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Brief Published: 1 Sep 2011

Takashi Kubo: Aurora


Japanese architect and designer Takashi Kubo presents Aurora, a fibreglass and projected colour installation shortlisted for the Infiniti digital art competition, in association with Designboom. Consisting of a curtain of fibreglass rods onto which abstract patterns are projected, Kubo’s entry combines coloured light and responsive technologies to create a work that reacts to ambient sound.

Indicating an increase in immersive spaces that use technology and light to enhance a visitor’s experience, the entry stands a chance of being realised at an exhibition later this year in Manchester, UK. An example of the motion graphics to be projected onto the piece can be viewed on Vimeo.

Takashi Kubo

Art & Design