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Sound of Ikebana – Four Seasons

The end scene from Naoko Tosa’s Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons projected onto the facade of the ArtScience Museum.

Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons is a series of four videos that capture the vibration of kaleidoscopic paint caused by sound waves. It’s created by renowned Japanese media artist Naoko Tosa from 12 Oct 2013 to 13 Jan 2014 and debuted at the ArtScience Museum on 16 Jan 2014.

I found out about this from a photographer friend, Geng Hui‘s tweet as a well as a photo posted on another friend’s Facebook. It reminds me of the the “Garden of Light” installation during the i Light Marina Bay 2012, in that both are video projections onto the facade of the ArtScience Museum.

The difference is that, being a smaller scale installation, not as many loudspeakers were installed compared to i Light, the accompanying music isn’t that audible from the Helix Bridge where I was shooting from. Both video and music were also not as fast-paced as Garden of Light.

Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons will be shown from 16 Jan 2014 to 19 Jan 2014 at 8:25pm and 10:25pm.

Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons
Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons
Sound of Ikebana: Four Seasons

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