Interactive Art Installation Encourages Writing In Library Books

Interactive Art Installation Encourages Writing In Library Books
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German artist Christian Moeller creates a giant cloud made of 12,000 blank notebooks waiting to be filled.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 10 december 2012

At Dixie College‘s new library in St. George, Utah, German multimedia artist Christian Moeller has revived the interactive nature of physical books in an increasingly digital age.

Through his latest installation dubbed Clouds, Moeller has created a living work of art that aims to continue changing and growing by leveraging the ideas contributed by library-goers.

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