This exhibition turns our gaze back towards the moon, to reaffirm this ancient connection and reimagines this vision in a modern context using technology and interaction. The installation uses a brainwave scanner to generate patterns of moonlight on a pool of still water, thus reestablishing our relationship with the moon once more through thought and generative graphics. This bridge between subconscious and conscious thought and action reflects our own gaze towards the night sky and the flux of light, darkness and desires that pass between dream and reality.
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Almost Silent (Hiroshi Ito, Jon C Flint, Katsuhiro Ito and Sung Ting Hsieh) are an interactive art collective with backgrounds in interior design, product design and literature. This is their first exhibition as a group, but they have exhibited individually in the past at places such as: Kinetica Art Fair (London), Japanese Junction (Tokyo), Chelsea College of Art and Design as part of the London Design Festival, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and Shoreditch Town Hall. They started the collective to explore the themes and mythology of mankind's ever changing relationship with the moon.
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