Best Interactive Art Installations of 2015

The year 2015 was on the cutting edge of the art and technology and the next year is definitely going to be following this path. A lot of art installations of 2015 we dedicated to the view, the user and the only beholder of the criticism. There is no better critic than a feedback from an audience. Below we posted the best of interactive project shown to public in various locations during the year

Neon Golden’s SWARM

“Over 2,000 delicate LEDs fill the Olympus Photography Playground in artist collective Neon Golden’s SWARM, the lights’ soft, electric emissions buzzing through the 850-cubed-foot space in Vienna. Engineered with a combination of Arduino, Cinema 4D, Raspberry Pi, and Processing, the audiovisual installation reacts to movement, placing its visitors inside a colorful, carefully coded 3D environment.”

The Deepest of Space by Joshua Davis

Leading digital artist Joshua Davis, the veteran of the OFFF festival was back to Barcelona's 15th year of the festival with the epic new work “The Deepest of Space“.

NONOTAK – DayDream

NONOTAK studio is the collaboration between the illustrator Noemi Schipfer and the architect musician Takami Nakamoto. They work on light and sound installations, creating an ethereal, immersive and dreamlike environment meant to envelope the viewer, capitalizing on Takami Nakamoto’s approach of space & sound, and Noemi Schipfer’s experience in kinetic visual.

In 20 Steps by Drift

In 20 Steps by Drift, an installation about the movement of flight presented as a part of group installation “Glasstress 2015 Gotika” in Venice Biennale 2015 as part of an exhibition by the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg Exhibition

Golem x MBA

The Lyon Museum of Fine Arts asked artist Arnaud Pottier to bring sculptures, including Laurent Honore Marqueste’s Perseus Slaying Medusa, James Pradier’s Odalisque, and Barrias’ Les Premières Funérailles, to life. His method was pretty simple: He used projection mapping, which can turn anything—including statues—into a display.

Antrum Installation by Matrioshka

Antrum Spatio-Graphical Interactive Installation looks like a grotto of the membrane, the surface of which is inhabited by strange creatures. It’s complex structure causes association with living creatures, space objects and architectural constructions. In this frontier word pure mathematical abstractions are mixed with natural shapes, resulting in formation of new entities. Viewers can push the membrane and try to contact with them. Project realised by Russians: Tatiana Plakhova (more) and of Eduard Haiman & Vadim Smakhtin


One of the best electronic light and projection mapping studios in the world (yes, literally), Russians – TUNDRA and SilaSveta collaborated together to produce an EPICENTER immersive installation to celebrate 7th Anniversary of ARMA17 in Moscow “Each group created an installation that places the viewer in the “epicenter of borderless creativity.” Tundra’s piece, Halo, creates eerie scenes such as a lightning storm and a fire, playing with space and criss-crossing beams of light. A figure weaves in and out of the beams, getting closer and closer but ultimately disappearing into the darkness. The soundtrack consists of choral music overlaid with what sounds like either rain or a scorching forest.” says The Creators Project

Infinity Room by Refik Anadol

“Los Angeles based Turkish artist Refik Anadol wants us to slow down and make technology into something we consciously see and feel..His most recent installation, titled the “Infinity Room” at Zorlu Performing Art Center in Turkey, is a trippy, black and white installation that uses audio and visual stimulation to alter one’s sense of the room. For this, he installed a cinema screen, onto which 3D kinetic animation based on algorithms was projected. It is part of his ongoing project titled, “Temporary Immersive Environment Experiments,” which takes the idea of immersion. Immersion into virtual reality is a perception of being physically present in a non-physical world.” via Hi-Fructose

“Dear World… Yours, Cambridge” by Miguel Chevalier

Cambridge’s King’s College Chapel unites the old and the new, the spiritual and scientific – literally so with the “Dear World… Yours, Cambridge” projection. This project by Miguel Chevalier set up in “immersive projection” in the chapel that showed images relating to the many fields of the University of Cambridge, from literature to astrophysics.

Virtual Depictions: San Francisco by Refik Anadol

“Virtual Depictions:San Francisco” is a public art project by media artist Refik Anadol consist of series of parametric data sculptures that tell the story of the city and people around us within a unique artistic approach for 350 Mission’s media wall in collaboration with Kilroy Realty Corporation / John Kilroy and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP Architects.

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