Software artwork which reflects audience motion and emotion.
The audio-visual installation uses biometric sense technology to capture audience form and feelings which are represented in real time as colour-coded body contours. The work’s audio-visual form, being generated by audience activity, can shift from quiet to loud, depending on participant number and activity. The result is an emotional feedback loop between artwork and viewers.
Ronan Devlin, Artist
Mark Linnane, Developer http://marklinnane.net/
Andy McStay, Academic consultant https://www.bangor.ac.uk/music-and-media/staff/andrew-mcstay/en
Winter Lights, Canary Wharf, 2019 https://group.canarywharf.com/media/press-releases/winter-lights-2019-set-to-brighten-the-january-evening-skies-at-canary-wharf-181218/
LIGHTPOOL, Blackpool, 2018 https://www.theblackpoolilluminations.info/lightpool/lightpool-festival/
LIGHT NIGHT, Leeds, 2018 https://whatson.leeds.gov.uk/lightnight/Home
Light Up Lancaster, 2018 https://www.lightuplancaster.co.uk/
LIGHTWAVES, Salford, 2018 http://thequays.org.uk/whats-on/lightwaves-2018/
Light Up The North
Winter Lights Festival, Canary Wharf
Light Up The North https://www.lightupthenorth.com/
Winter Lights Canary Wharf https://group.canarywharf.com/media/press-releases/winter-lights-2019-set-to-brighten-the-january-evening-skies-at-canary-wharf-181218/