Wonder Disk 2013: Interactive Digital Installation by UrumaDelvi
Artwork from the Asian Art Museum’s Japanese special exhibition In the Moment inspired animation art duo UrumaDelvi to create Wonder Disk 2013, an interactive digital light installation.
UrumaDelvi draw upon traditional art and Japanese culture to interpret the nature of artistic experience. UrumaDelvi is known for their collaboration with David Byrne and Ryuichi Sakamoto to create Psychedelic Afternoon, an animation commemorating the second anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.
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