Night Festival Singapore 2016: Shifting Interactions



Part of:
Night Festival Singapore 2016
LASALLE College of the Arts
Andreas Schlegel, Brian O’Reilly, Melissa Lee & Performing Arts Students
Project Type:

Performance, Interactive, 3D, Exhibition Design, Fabrication, Electronics, Materiality

Created in collaboration between neuewave and various collaborators from different departments at LASALLE College of the Arts¹, ‘Shifting Interactions’ was part of Night Festival Singapore 2016² held at National Museum Singapore.

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A performance-driven project where performing arts students interacted with objects affecting the lights and sounds throughout the hour-long performance. neuewave produced and fabricated a series of objects using locally sourced materials such as tree branches, bamboo, rope, timber, cement and acrylic. Brian O’Reilly produced the sounds through custom sound objects and modular synthesisers, while Andreas Schlegel controlled the light visuals using data collected from the interactions.

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¹Asia’s leading contemporary arts and design institution. More info

²The annual Singapore Night Festival is an iconic night-time extravaganza of culture, revelry and fun in the Bras Basah.Bugis precinct. Featuring spectacular performances, dazzling light art and a diverse range of activities, the festival offers an alternative night event for all to enjoy, over two weekends in August. More info


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