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Light Seeds, 2012


Ryerson University
Frances Tonolete - Toronto, Canada
Rawan Ibrahim - Toronto, Canada
Flavio Firmino-Lunda - Toronto, Canada
Keith Poore - Toronto, Canada
Graham Pearson - Toronto, Canada

Light Seeds
Interactive Installation

30 - Gould Street & Church Street
(North-East Corner)

Science on Art is a collective of Ryerson’s physics and engineering students who formed to explore creative experiments in light, sound and electronics that extend beyond the standard academic experience.

In "Light Seeds,” their latest project, the group uses light and microelectronics to create a colourful and luminous installation in an overhead walkway, within which an array of exploding star-like projections spark to life. The projections are activated by audience members who, at street level, are interacting with multiple control sensors (musical, percussive, optical, and kinetic) that use microelectronics to create the dynamic light show projected overhead.

Science on Art is a collective of Ryerson physics and engineering students formed to explore creative experiments in light, sound and electronics.

The artists are 2012 graduates from the Department of Architectural Science at Ryerson University.

www.ryerson.ca/fcad/events/nuitblanche/index.html

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