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studioPARTY Create an Interactive Neon Greenhouse in Tokyo

Japan’s studioPARTY create a striking installation in bustling Tokyo, Midtown titled ‘Digital Vegetables.’ An elongated greenhouse has been illuminated with multicoloured LED neon lights, the interactive display triggered by visitor’s movements. Sound artist Res Kunimoto has created an orchestral soundtrack, each of the seven vegetables grown in the structure assigned a specific instrument, accompanied by recordings of leaves being crunched and fruit being eaten. Press play.

‘Digital Vegetables’ runs until November 5 at Tokyo Midtown, more details can be found at the website.

 

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