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Ryoji Ikeda’s ‘The Transfinite’ Show

Ryoji Ikeda’s ‘The Transfinite’ Show
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The acclaimed Japanese artist test the limits of our perception with his lates installation.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 22 june 2011

Park Avenue Armory has selected acclaimed Japanese sound artist Ryoji Ikeda to mount the main artwork for the third annual visual art commission in the Wade Thompson Drill Hall. Conjuring a multisensory experience, Ikeda brought to life a visual and sonic environment where visitors are “submerged in an extreme illustration of projected and synchronized data,” called “The Transfinite.” Ikeda’s visuals are showcased by high-powered projectors onto a 54 x 81 foot floor and accompanied by a perfectly synchonized musical piece. Watch the installation and execution of “The Transfinite” below:

Ryoji Ikeda

Park Avenue Armory

[via Lost At E Minor]

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