An Interactive Installation by Philippe Malouin for Caesarstone

Swings by Philippe Malouin for Caesarstone

London designer Philippe Malouin has used solid-surface material Caesarstone to form the seats of twelve swings arranged in a circle - beautiful - great idea for a meeting room/brainstorming ;

Interactive installation, swapping services via chalk speech bubbles, Collaborative consumption

Interaction / Interactive installation, swapping services via chalk speech bubbles, Collaborative consumption

My niece would love to do this to her room!

Thousands of Dots….

What happens when you give thousands of kids thousands of colored dots in an all white room? The Obliteration Room-Interactive Art Exhibit // Queensland gallery of Modern Art // “Obliteration Room” by Yayoi Kusama;

Interactive installation exploring a concept of a large-scale visualisation of information. - data art

More great inspiration for using interactive activities to create a visual piece of data/art. WHAT MADE ME Interactive Public Installation by Dorota Grabkowska, was created to provide an interactive experience for visiting members of the public.

teamLAB, Interactive Installation, Large balls that change color and sound with touch. Contemporary Art at Hong Kong Arts Centre. A Journey ...

teamLAB, Interactive Installation, Large balls that change color and sound with touch. Contemporary Art at Hong Kong Arts Centre. A Journey through art and technology - wish i could've seen this installation

Fabulous large-scale light sculpture, 'Cloud' by Caitlind Brown made from over 5,000 repurposed light bulbs and pull strings allowing viewers to interact.

=== Air Installation === Fabulous large-scale light sculpture, 'Cloud' by Caitlind Brown made from over repurposed light bulbs and pull strings allowing viewers to interact.

Sonic Light Bubble is a living, breathing interactive installation that responds with light and sound when approached and touched. This giant synthetic “organism” attempts to humanize lighting-based public art and attracts passers by to engage and interact with it. This is a six meter diameter, clear, inflatable structure, dotted with an array of addressable LED disks shining inside and out.

Sonic Light Bubble is a living, breathing interactive installation that responds with light and sound when approached and touched. This giant synthetic “organism” attempts to humanize lighting-based public art and attracts passers by to engage and interac

Designed by Berlin interactive artists Gunnar Green and Frederic Eyl, Aperture includes dozens of tiny aperture holes that (with a slight delay) open if there is no light and closes if there is. The result is the silhouette of passersby.     It is a facade installation with interactive and narrative displaying modes. Consisting of an iris diaphragm matrix, the facade's surface with its apertures' variable opening diameters is enriched by a dynamic translucency, that creates new imagery as…

Berlin interactive artists Gunnar Green and Frederic Eyl, Aperture includes dozens of tiny aperture holes that (with a slight delay) open if there is no light and closes if there is. The result is the silhouette of passersby.

If you’re an art fanatic, then maybe you nurture a dream of one day seeing a piece of your own displayed and admired in a famous art gallery. Tezi Gabunia’s new, interactive installation allows you to experience this thrill...kind of. Through four different models of world famous galleries, his installation Put Your Head into Gallery, literally allows one to become a feature of the exhibit. The project includes four miniature recreations of Saatchi Gallery, The Louvre, Tate Modern, and…

People Stick Their Heads into Miniature Galleries to Become Part of World Famous Art Exhibits

People Stick Their Heads into Miniature Galleries to Become Part of World Famous Art Exhibits - Tezi Gabunia’s new, interactive installation.

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A multi-panel interactive installation titled 'Memory Gaps' by Montreal-based design firm Paprika, plays with your mind as you play with it

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