Bata Shoe Museum & [R]ed[U]x Lab:
Lisa (Guann) Chien - Markham, Canada
Benyi Hu - Toronto, Canada
Chao Fan - Toronto, Canada
Jeff (Meng) Lei - Toront, Canada
Daehee Kim - Toronto, Canada
Kevin (Tae-Hoon) Kim - Toronto, Canada
The installation will acknowledge the participants' presence by providing a dynamic experience in the existing site for the passersby. It allows the user to highly engage with the space through the use of motion sensors embedded in the installation.
Through responsive technology, the installation will acknowledge the participants' presence. It provides a dynamic experience in the existing site for the passersby, but will also serve a purpose for the user to highly engage with the space through the use of motion sensors embedded in the installation.
By integrating technology and aesthetic in urban context where population density is high, RevitaLight aims to inspire and interest the public in adaptive design features, as well as to increase the value of unused spaces. Therefore, pedestrians will engage in a unique sensory experience during the night with this kinetic installation, reflecting the scale and spirit of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche.
Suitable for all ages90
Bata Shoe Museum, 327 Bloor Street West (Main Entrance, accessible from Bloor Street West), 416
This project is indoors.