jelly swarm

jelly swarm' is an interactive lighting project created by vancouver-based tangible interaction who works in 
creating sensory installations which stand as participatory experiences. the piece is comprised of ninety-four 'jellies', 
each made from laser cut and scored Tyvek® that is then carefully hand-folded by origami artist joseph wu. 
the ninety-four unit, all illuminated from within by an LED module, are suspended from a reflective aluminum structure 
which reflects patterns of color and light onto the surrounding space. 

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