ElectroSpiralis is a perennial installation inspired by the spiral forms of certain plants and theorised by the 17th century mathematician Pierre de Fermat. Two spirals studded with light points face each other and diffuse constantly renewed visual creations. This installation highlights the dynamic movements that cross the site: pedestrians, wind, noise and weather phenomena. From the data collected by different sensors, the artist creates chromatic and rhythmic variations that will highlight the activity of the site through different light scenarios, colours, shapes and light rhythms.
Interaction: cameras, presence and movement sensors, microphones and network connection to weather data (temperatures)