Resisting and Resonating Ovoids and Trees and Breathing Resonating Stone Wall - Fukuoka Castle Ruins

teamLab, 2017, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

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Resisting and Resonating Ovoids and Trees and Breathing Resonating Stone Wall - Fukuoka Castle Ruins

teamLab, 2017, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

Resisting and Resonating Ovoids

The resisting and resonating ovoids placed in the castle ruins, together with the trees of the castle, shine brightly. The light of the ovoids and the light of the trees are autonomous, they shine brightly and then fade slowly, as if breathing.

When the ovoid is pushed, the colour of the light it emits changes and the tone unique to that color echos. The light originated from that ovoid resonates out to other ovoids and trees nearby. The tone resonates out continuously in the same way as the light, spreading throughout the ovoids, trees and all the way out to the Breathing Resonating Stone Wall.

If a wave of light comes from the other side of the castle, it signifies that there is another person in that location. As a result, people gain a heightened sense of awareness of the presence of other people in the same space.

Trees and Breathing Resonating Stone Wall - Fukuoka Castle Ruins

Built in 1607, Fukuoka Castle is also known as the Stone Castle. Its stone walls glow across the whole 630 meters.
The light of the walls is autonomous, it shines brightly and then fades, as if breathing slowly.

The light of the walls joins together with the Resisting and Resonating Ovoids and Trees in the Honmaru ruins area, glowing brightly and producing a colour tone that resonates out.