Aleks Crop & Tanis Grandison- Spectrum
Spectrum investigates our relationship with the interaction of digitally enhanced artefacts through the use of colour and space.
A central light sculpture is the focus point of this piece. It watches as the participant interacts with it and the room then reacting to their movements, changing - if it feels like it - the colour and mood within the environment.
By tracking the ways in which participants move and observe the sculpture they are in fact contributing to new future works based on the ways in which we connect with interactive objects, colour and surrounding environments through the use of mapping these movements in the space