ABOUT LIVELY UP YOURSELF
An interactive installation exploring the inseparable nature of light and colour. A series of suspended light pipes explore the scientific principles of scattering of light and light diffusion. The installation responds to touch, just as we transform each other through our interactions.
ABOUT TURNING HEADS
Flowers track the sun across the sky, trying to seek its warmth. This installation mimics the Artic Poppy found only in the harsh, Arctic conditions of the northernmost parts of Scandinavia as it tracks the direction of light. Visitors interact with the flowers by playing with the light and shadow falling on them.
ABOUT SHAPING SIGHT
Playing with light and shadow has been an integral part to photography to bring out different expressions and feel to the subject. Light is an important element to understand how things appear. In this installation, take a selfie with light illuminating your face from different directions, revealing newer perspectives.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
The National Institute of Design (NID) is internationally acclaimed as one of the finest educational institutions in design. Three projects resulted from a Story of Light interim class conducted by three faculty members, Jignesh, Mayank, and Tanishka
Photo Credit : Tinka Kalajzic