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Interactive Digital Art

Isn’t an interactive art display fun?

Miguel Chevalier is a French digital artist who is uniquely known for his contemporary interactive digital art.

Chevalier artwork has been displayed in Norway, Mexico, and Morocco. Personally, one my favorite interactive artwork of his is set in Casablanca, Morocco. He has created a digital interactive light floor carpet that is influenced by Moroccan culture. This digital floor composes digital scenes of arabesques and mosaics patterns. Those geometrical patterns interacts with visitors’ movements in the space in different quick speeds; that means that the patterns get fluctuated, formed and deformed into many different shapes and pieces using infrared sensors based on the visitors dynamics to create unpredictable compositions.