Color Light is a DVD that transitions through the entire color spectrum in a 20-minute time span, with the possibility of pausing on a specific color to provide a certain kind of background light or set a mood. The work of Japanese studio Kyouei Design – which often creates whimsical, curious products – what Color Light does is surprisingly simple and lush in its infinite possibilities. The photograph illustrates a beautiful installation in the Shizuoka Prefectual Museum of Art, but I can easily imagine it as the minimalist decoration of a swanky party.
Categorized “Video art”
Ultra-Violet Live is an improvised live audio visual performance with savage, minimalist and low-fi aesthetics. The artists, French musician Jerome Montagne and video artist Philippe Fontes used nothing more that UV tables and a no-input mixing board. Fontes and Montagne belong to the French electronic art collective Plusmoins (translated: Plus Minus). Their work balances on the fine line between ‘very stimulating’ and ‘disturbing’. Can you handle it?