Interactive Architecture Lab at Bloomsbury Festival
23 October 2015
The MArch AD programme's Interactive Architecture Lab is participating in this year’s Bloomsbury Festival with kinetic sculptures, responsive installations and public talks.
In UCL’s north observatory, Orbital Thresholds, a kinetic installation inspired by the mechanics of astrological clocks, and the science of visual spatial perception, invites the public to explore how light shapes the boundaries between virtual and visual space. On Saturday 24 October, Lab Leader Ruairi Glynn will be speaking at a panel discussion with UCL’s about how light has played and continues to play a role in culture. And on Malet Street students from the Lab will be testing their recent interactive projects in public.
Bloomsbury Festival runs from 22-24 October 2015.
Image: Interactive Architecture Lab, 2015