Interactive Playable Light Installation, 2010-2016
Several light sculptures are illuminated from the inside. Glowing, they invite you to interact and change their colour.
Each light creature is fitted with a receiver that reacts to visitors’ ‘power of colour’ – using fun remote controls audiences can change the colours of the individual light sculptures, play colour battles or create your own colour schemes.
The light creatures design reinforces a sense that the object is sentient, that is it is listening and watching as it pulses and glows.
Chromatic Play Me is designed with a different audience interfaces using remote controls and PIR sensors. The work invite the audience to have colour battles and control the individual sculptures using specially designed remote controls.
Electronics by Louis Christodoulou.
Banbury Museum, UK 2016
Absolutely amazing and great fun, we will defiantly come back with others for a colour battle.
It was fun to turn off the fuzzy balls (the creatures) on and off. I didn’t want to leave.
I really liked changing all the lights to the same colour.
Visitors at ‘The Play of Light’, Banbury Museum
I like to control the creatures
-Child visiting Light Play, solo exhibition Banbury Museum
The pink light made Jessica feel happy
– Mum about the installation