What can be more beautiful than flowers? The visitors of the digital installation, organized by the teamLab team in the building of the former sewing workshop in the Japanese city of Bungagakada, had an excellent opportunity to watch the petals of thousands of roses and chrysanthemums open before their very eyes.
The Japanese company teamLab specializes in organizing colorful interactive installations. Their new work has the philosophical name “Flowers and People, Can not be Controlled but Live Together”. Among teamLab team are programmers, architects, animators and other specialists. By experimenting and using innovative technologies, they blur the boundaries between high-tech, art and design.
Spectators can see how buds of flowers bloom. Inspiration authors draw from the flora of the Kunisaka peninsula, where the exhibition is located. The image changes in real time, interacting with the audience, constant transformations take place in the hall.
The authors of the project recall that the Kunisaki Peninsula was visited for the first time in the spring, then they saw here a real riot of colors and forms. A special charm to picturesque panoramas was added by cherry blossoms in the mountains. Thinking about how many flowers were planted by people, they came to the conclusion that people deliberately surround themselves with beauty, although at the same time they ruthlessly destroy natural diversity. The ecosystem of Kunisaka, like many other regions, has repeatedly suffered from human interference.
We do not imagine our life without flowers, we admire their beauty, we give them to holidays, we decorate our houses with bouquets, perhaps we should think about not destroying this natural treasure.