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Art gets a light touch

By Xu Haoyu | China Daily | Updated: 2019-08-31 12:09
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Sky Eye by Nan Haibo is an interactive device in the shape of an eye.[Photo provided to China Daily]

Liu adds that this work had been done with the help of a doctor from the Beijing Institute of Technology and professionals well versed in structural design.

"Today, art is more diverse and involves more specialized knowledge. People, who are called artists, are sometimes supported by a group. I consider it as the new direction of art creation."

As for Yang, 29, from Hebei province, who studied space design at the University of the Arts London, he says: "I am in love with lighting art since then. And I feel very honored to introduce our work overseas and at home."

Breathing Frame from Japanese artist Roy Kishi is a part of an experimental project named Dis :play (bias) started nine years ago. It's dedicated to transmitting expressions such as colors and movement. The images projected onto the frame change in physicality, creating a visual sculpture that is free from the concept of surfaces and fixed ideas.

The color hue of the displayed image changes with breathing on, so viewers become part of the projection device. And they breathe new energy into the device.

Speaking about his work, Kishi says: "I'm getting more experienced from participating in exhibitions and getting feedback from audiences, and the experiences inspire me and help me to improve my works."

The creation of the art piece is based on the principles of polarization. Pinwheels are made of polarization film, and images are only visible looking through pinwheels.

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