What a Loving, and Beautiful World

Sisyu + teamLab, 2011, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Calligraphy: Sisyu, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

What a Loving, and Beautiful World

Sisyu + teamLab, 2011, Interactive Digital Installation, Endless, Calligraphy: Sisyu, Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

When your shadow touches a character, the world that that character embodies will appear and a new world will be created. The objects that are released from the characters go on to influence one another in the new world. Behind the projected world, there is a 360-degree computer-generated space. The objects that are born from the characters are placed at various positions within that space, and the physical influences and connections between the objects are calculated in real time, producing a complex and natural world. For example, if the wind blows, the objects are subjected to its physical influence. Butterflies are frightened by fire, but attracted to flowers. Just as in nature, no two moments are repeated. The passing moments of the world are never the same and new visual worlds are constantly being created. Chinese characters were first carved in turtle shells and ox or deer bones, and were engraved in bronze ware. It can be said that at that time, each character contained its own world that was conjured up by it’s meaning. Through the characters, the world that you call up and the worlds that those around you call up connect and influence each other to create a new world.