In 2016, noiseKitchen Art Co., Ltd. created a sound installation in the form of a musical instrument, “Spectrum 66”, and located it in a sunken mall plaza for Chongbang Group’s Life Hub @ Jinqiao in Shanghai. As a consequence, we succeeded in developing a unique style of live sound and light installation while combining exhibition with live performance. While customers shopped at the mall, as they passed by this space, they could choose to sit down on comfortable stairs and paths to enjoy the hourly show brought to them by “Spectrum 66”.
Once more, at Life Hub @ Daning, the same organizers at noiseKitchen have adopted a similar formula. By creating “Flying Notes” as a spatial image installation, noiseKitchen has broken down the traditional framework for watching images, and has instead used images as sculpture and projects the art images by artist WANG Hsin-jen onto a gigantic LED free form display screen. As music is a media that can bring immediate comfort to the mind, noiseKitchen took this concept as its original inspiration; through the interactive mechanisms of sound, image and installation, it has succeeded in bringing a more complete experience to people.
The design for “Flying Notes” originated from the shape of a tree, which acquires its energy from the earth, transports it upwards and then delivers it to the leaves at the end of its branches. The tips of the branches interlace at their ends like a green tunnel, which bring the whole piece together. Through the interaction of the visual, audio and tactile senses, the audience can immerse themselves in this unique special experience.
CEO ｜Huang Wen-Hao
Technical Director｜Lin Wei-Yuan
Artistic Director｜Wang Chung-Kun
Project Manager｜Chang Yung-Cheng
Senior Engineer ｜Shih Ruey-Ning
Multimedia Design｜Tsai Chen-Huan
Material Manager｜Lin Pei-Chen
Technical Coordinator｜Lin Chih-Hung
Sound Design｜Wu Ping-Sheng
Life Hub @ Daning