Living Light: Public Art Air Monitor

Living Light: Public Art Air Monitor

"Living Light" is a piece of public art that uses networked panels to reveal the real-time air quality of each neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea.

Nate Graham
  • 3 november 2009

“Living Light” is a permanent piece of public art that moves past simple aesthetics, providing its patrons with useful, meaningful data. Visually resembling the map of Seoul, South Korea, networked panels on the installation reveal the real-time air quality of each neighborhood. The project was created by The Living, New York-based artists Soo-in Yang and David Benjamin. As the pair explains:

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