Meditation by Minha Yang

25 Jul

Yang describes the interactive installation as “a kind of religious tool,” creating a serene oasis of sound and responsive visuals that react to viewers’ body movements. The goal is to create an immersive space for reflection and introspection, a respite from the many distractions of urban life, but it’s also just fun to play with, as was evidenced by the constant crowds it drew at our events.

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