White Canvas

(Cocolab)

White Canvas is an audiovisual installation made by hundreds of light beams that create the illusion of movement across the room. The installation was designed by the Mexican studio COCOLAB as a commission for the creativity festival TAG in Mexico City. 

By using more than 300 small light beams, they created a unique musical experience where the composers whom participate in this project were able to give the impression of rain and thunderstorms but also design a more rhythmical experience for the audience.

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A room with hundreds of light beams

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