RAB Lighting Opens Interactive Exhibition of Light and Sound

RAB Lighting opened Cumulus: An Interactive Exhibition of Light and Sound.RAB Lighting opened Cumulus: An Interactive Exhibition of Light and Sound.

RAB Lighting opened Cumulus: An Interactive Exhibition of Light and Sound.

RAB Lighting opened Cumulus: An Interactive Exhibition of Light and Sound.

RAB Lighting opened Cumulus: An Interactive Exhibition of Light and Sound. The exhibition is presented in conjunction with NYCxDESIGN, a citywide celebration of design and is located at the RAB gallery in the heart of New York’s Chelsea arts district at 535 W 24th Street.

Inspired by the complex geometries and deliberate yet erratic behavior of lightning, Cumulus aims to replicate naturally occurring optical effects using LED lighting and digital technology. Suspended from a single ceiling beam, the installation—a lightweight structure comprised of acrylic tubes, 3D-printed nylon joints and LED strips—takes on the physical embodiment of an abstracted cloud. The “cloud” has been digitally programmed to respond to environmental sound, thereby interacting with viewers in delightfully spontaneous and engaging ways.

The exhibition runs through July 3 and is open to the public weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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