Twitter-Powered Art Lets Gallery Goers Create The Work In Real-Time

Twitter-Powered Art Lets Gallery Goers Create The Work In Real-Time
technology

A digital installation at the Tate Modern in London called 'The Hello Cube' used Twitter commands to trigger projected animations.

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 march 2012

Hellicar & Lewis created an interactive digital installation at London’s Tate Modern called The Hello Cube, which used gesture and Twitter commands to trigger animations. These were filmed from within the cube and then projected onto the gallery walls. Inspired by the work of Yayoi Kusama, The Hello Cube turned tweets into short animations of different patterns, colors and shapes.

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