Diaphanspectrum

Justin Riley (picture by Ryan Teeramate)

Presented at the Bring To Light festival in NYC on October, 2011.

Diaphanspectrum, a collaborative installation produced by Eiji Sumi, Justin Riley, and Wolfgang Gil, represents a collective effort to explore the mind’s ability to interpret different sensorial stimuli as one, resulting in a unified multi-sensorial experience. Employing distinct mediums indistinctly, this sculptural installation includes computer generated, multichannel sound components as well as generative video. Beams of light shoot through a complex of fiberglass structures, creating a series of reflected projections, organically transformed through their display. While viewing this work, visitors will experience a synesthetical state- their sensory perceptions melting into one another, immersing them in the sculpture’s audiovisual output.