Lux Agitat Molem
2014 | Can light move people?
This light installation, developed for Glow-Next 2014, explores the relation between movement of light and people in public space. A 72 meters walkway is lit in continuously changing ways with dynamic light patterns. The movements of the visitors along the walkway are captured on camera and presented to them at the end of the path, revealing relations between movement of light and their own movement.
The installation was developed by Studio Philip Ross in collaboration with Indre Kalinauskaite of the TU/e Intelligent Lighting Institute. The Glow-Next festival welcomed 60.000 visitors.