Sunday, 21 December 2014

Ryota kuwakubo, Lost # 12, play of light and shadow, electronic art installation

A fascinating electronic art installation by Ryota Kuwakubo at the Aspinwall House, the main venue of the Kochi Muziris Biennale 2014😊

An LED light attached to a moving toy train on rails creates shadows on the walls of the dark room as it passes through and alongside numerous objects most of which were collected from the shops in Kochi. Brilliant!

Well, the interpretation of the shadows is purely personal. I listened to the comments of the people who were there along with me. 

Different perceptions, same spectacle! After all, it is a familiar scenario in real life too...!

It was exciting to watch the shadows when the train entered the red basket top!

Thumbs up, Ryota😊


http://www.kochimuzirisbiennale.org

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15 comments:

SuperLux said...

Great shots! I love how vintage those black and photos look. :)

Joy said...

Very impressive!

stardust said...

What an interesting idea! The moving and changing shadows could set fire on the imagination of imaginative people. “Different perceptions, same spectacle ! After all, it is the same in real life too...” is so true. Thanks for sharing. I don’t know what you celebrate at this time of the year, but wish you a lovely holiday season and a happy New Year.

Yoko

Anonymous said...

This is so interesting. I would love to go to a shadow and light show.

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks a lot :)
Glad you could feel the beauty of this awesome art form !

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

:)
Cool comment.

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

A beauty, this art is !
It is Christmas eve...Merry Christmas :)

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks Medeia :)
This art was so exciting !

SuperLux said...

Looking forward to more beautiful pictures here. :)

Giga said...

I think that I liked it. World Merry Christmas.!

Giga said...

I think with that I liked it. Interesting. Merry Christmas!

jonathan said...

We are big on light and shadow play and exploration in my school inspired by the Reggio Philosophy. Interpretations are very much open and though we see the same things, we create different ideas because of our individualities. I will read more about this artist.

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

It is wonderful :)
Merry Christmas.

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Thanks.

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Wow gr8 !
Please share with us your experiences.