Floating Point – Forest //
December 1, 2004

Floating Point – Forest  includes clusters of fabric sculptures illuminated by moving images of projected lights accompanied by a multi-channel sound installation.  Each sculpture is lit by a unique collection of dynamic images of sunlight streaming through the leaves of trees, and each has its own soundscape accompaniment.  At times a pond, which is projected on the floor, becomes visible.  The audience is invited to take a walk through the forest (installation) and feel the atmosphere.  The luminous sculptures co-exist with eight channels of sound assigned to eight speakers (some of them hidden in the ‘trees’).  Four CD players play tracks on a random repeat mode.

IMAGE CREDIT: Photo Documentation: Shige Moriya

CREATION CREDITS:
Guest Collaborator: Grundik Kasyansky (Sound Design)

2004, United States, Brooklyn, CAVE home of LEIMAY