A Tilt of Light | Melbourne Australia | ENESS

During June this year a LED seesaw was placed by ENESS in Federation Square in Melbourne Australia with rows of light the respond to the tilt of the seesaw.

a tilt of light from ENESS on Vimeo.

A TILT OF LIGHT – No ordinary seesaw

Raising up the light floats away.
Soaring down it hurls my way.
In the middle the glow rests,
My turn now let’s try pingpong in yogurt next.

We bring home a playful new work exploring worldly forces and objects at play in the familiar
childhood seesaw.

Climb on and watch how a Pingpong ball might bounce on the moon, or how a balloon might wade
through yogurt. Choose the atmosphere surrounding your object- air, water, space and even yogurt
and observe the ball of light as it hurls your way.

Our seesaw is equipped with a physics engine and thirty three rows of light that respond to your tilt
whilst you saw through the air.

Be nice, play safe and enjoy.

Video Credits
Music by:
Nicola Watson – Coats & Arms

Photography by:
Shannon Morris

Text by ENESS

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