(Pics) Interactive Installation Art In An Empty Retail Space

(Pics) Interactive Installation Art In An Empty Retail Space
Design

Robert Stratton has decided to use an empty retail space for rent as a free and donated canvas for his interactive light installation piece called Semiboneless.

Aurora Diaz
  • 15 december 2009

Robert Stratton has decided to use an empty retail space for rent as a free and donated canvas for his  interactive light installation piece called Semiboneless. The large colored screen on the corner of 33rd street and Lexington Avenue in New York has an open invitation to touch the wall. When the wall is touched different effects are triggered by the simple touch of the hand.

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