As part of ArtPlay’s New Idea Lab program, Mosster Studio was commissioned to propose a project allowing us to experiment and create new work that involved art, technology and children. For our studio, we decided to create an immersive experience about the sense of "connectedness" that resulted in an Interactive Art Installation titled “Invisible Light Garden” created with light and projection mapping.
Interactive Digital Installation
in collaboration with City of Melbourne and ArtPlay
2017, Melbourne, Australia
Part of Beijing Design Week 2017, 751D Art District, Beijing
The Invisible Light Garden makes visible what the eye cannot see in a garden. The space was a magical garden filled with projected light. Through several workshops, the children of ArtPlay helped co-create garden elements such as it’s colours, shapes and sounds for the garden.
The Invisible Light Garden is a place of magic, curiosity, playfulness, and beauty, where the unseen bonds between every one of its elements become visible and are shaped by our actions.
Visitors interact with the installation, by moving its elements around, growing a light garden and exploring how connections and actions can affect each other. Visitors become artists of nature by discovering its hidden secrets.
Invisible Light Garden has allowed us to see the result of a beautiful piece of collaborative artwork, where children’s imagination formed the final installation. We are very grateful to be part of this process, to see art, nature and artists come together.
Mosster respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and conduct our business, the Boon Wurrung and Woiwurrung (Wurundjeri) peoples of the Kulin Nation, and we pay respect to their Elders, past and present