Reversible Rotation – Non-Objective Space
Added to the Museum of Data by Saera Fukaura on Sunday, November 13, 2022. Museum of Data Collection ID: 1279.
Public description: Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space is a digital installation by an international art collective, teamLab. The teamLab develops spacial artworks with the aim of blurring and shaking visitors' perceptions against the boundary between human bodies and artworks by immersing the entire human body into a giant space of art. This work is part of this, expressing a space that is free from physical boundary surfaces with objects such as tables and chairs. In Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Spac, tables, floors, walls and ceilings are mirrors or screens, and brush stroke artwork called 'Special Calligraphy' is projected on them. The projected 'Spacial Calligraphy' rotates in one direction, but the visual effects make it appear to the spectator in the space to rotate in either direction depending on their consciousness. In addition, this space is also open as a space for eating takeaway vegan ramen served by the restaurant with a tenant in the same museum.
Materials used: Glass, projection screen (fabric unknown), projection mapping computing program (software unknown)
Credit: teamLab, Reversible Rotation - Non-Objective Space, 2021, Digital Installation, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi c teamLab, courtesy Pace Gallery
Size: Although the exact size is unknown, a square room a few meters on each side
Creation date: 2021/10/08 00:00:00