"I want my work to make you reconsider your own consciousness of time and space, dimension and depth," says artist Hiro Yamagata. The result is a wholly original fusion of art and science in two dazzling, immersive installations linked by their changing displays of lights, lasers, and mirrored cubes.
Yamagata studied painting at L’Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, but he’s captivated audiences around the world with laser/light installations. The continuing movement of light and color inside his works produces an intense and compelling sensory experience you won’t want to miss.
A New York Times critic commented: “Merely observe the visitors as they exit: their knees are weak, their jaws below sea level, and requests to describe what they have just seen are often met with a stammer…something along the lines of, ‘Look, you’ve just got to see it.’”
This creative exhibition partnership between the Wexner Center and COSI used a V4+ with 2 Lightcues to control all of the lights, strobes, and laser systems.