Naoko Tosa, the internationally renowned Japanese media artist, projects sound of ikebana onto the facade of the Art Science Museum in Singapore.
The Art Science Museum at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore is about art, science, design, media, architecture and technology. Naoko Tosa has projected the mapping installation, ‘sound of ikebana: four seasons’ which is shot at 2,000 frames per second using high-speed photography. The series of videos includes vibrant images using various liquids, such as paints and oils that are created from sound vibrations. Also, it features haikus (short poems) by famous poets like Matsuo Basho. Her amazing works of art have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the New York Metropolitan Art Museum and Japan Creative Center at Singapore among many locations worldwide.