From Infinitesimal to Astronomical
Ryoji Ikedas work places the viewer in a space of drifting, flashing sound and light, challenging the brain’s capacity to perceive without interpretation. Using science as a medium, Ryoji Ikeda creates immersive environments, presenting metaphors of cosmological immensity through the mathematical structures underpinning scientific phenomena. The exhibition in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum include large-scale sound sculptures, audiovisual installations, light boxes and two-dimensional works, forming an immersive space-time landscape that vaults from microscopic to macroscopic dimensions.
Read article in the November issue.
in the slider:
| Ryoji Ikeda | point of no return | 2018 | DLP projector, computer, speaker, HMI lamp | Dimensions variable | © Ryoji Ikeda & Taipei Fine Arts Museum |
in the text:
| Ryoji Ikeda | code verse | 2018 | 3 DLP video projectors, computers, speakers | © Ryoji Ikeda & Editions Xavier Barral, 2018 | Photo: Patrick Gries |