Discover LED light art projects by different collectives in Australia and around the world to celebrate this sustainable technology.

September 6, 2016
Crystal Universe interactive led lights

teamLab’s Crystal Universe

The DMM.PLANETS Art exhibition by Japanese art collective teamLab is among the latest art installations in the world to make use of interactive LED lights. Considered one of this year’s largest art exhibitions in Japan, the project features four attractions, three of which are equipped with LED lighting technology to provide an otherworldly experience to visitors. The art exhibit makes use of around 330,000 units of LEDs. Similar to a lot of LED strip light variants available today, the LEDs can project different colours, and the installation uses this to create different nature-inspired effects. The DMM.PLANETS Art exhibit includes three […]
March 30, 2016
Guto Requena’s Cage of Lights

Guto Requena’s Cage of Lights

Light-emitting diode (LED) lighting has gone beyond providing a more cost-effective and environment-friendly way of lighting up homes, offices and venues. Recent years have also seen its emergence in the form of technologies and innovations that augment our lifestyles and provide levels of entertainment never seen before. One fine example of these innovations is the Cage of Lights, an interactive architecture conceptualised by renowned Brazilian architect and designer Guto Requena, which was revealed last month. Built over a dancefloor at The Year, a nightclub in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Cage of Lights features interactive LED lights that react to the […]