We’ve long been fans of Rafael Rozendaal’s digital creations but perhaps our only frustration has been seeing his talents constrained by our computer screens. Well now that’s been addressed – and then some – by an installation in Seoul. Rafael was invited to show four of his works – Much Better Than This, Falling Falling, Like This Forever and Towards Beyond – on the world’s biggest LED screen which measures 100 metres by 80 metres (an installation produced by none other than Calvin Klein).
Rafael says: “I always thought moving images are very versatile. They are energy based, not atom based, just like music. You can listen to a song at home, while you run, in a club, or in a huge stadium. It doesn’t change the song, it does change the experience.”
And to all South Korean motorists good luck concentrating on the road. You may need it…
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