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I Believe in You - Banbury

Interactive Light installation at Banbury Museum, 2016.

I Believe in You is an interactive light installation which illuminated Banbury Museum as visitors moved in the gallery space - discovering the power of the colours. The work invited audiences to connect and play, experiencing the museum in a new way. Participants were able to control what ‘colour’ shined in the space by moving and exploring the area itself. Each corner of the gallery room represented a different colour: pink, blue, green, and red, and visitors would activate the corners of the ‘world’.

I Believe in You is a site-specific interactive light installation that brings light and colour to different places. Each space looks different, using different colours and scaled to different sizes in response to the opportunities and limitations presented by the site.The unique light design consists of a series of interactive section, which together becomes a large visual interactive installation that transforms spaces into a participatory and playable light installation.

This playful installation combines new technology and RGB LED lighting, illuminating its surroundings and reflecting the uniqueness of the different places it is shown. It was first shown in London Bridge in a pagoda and was entitled ‘I Believe in You – London Bridge in 2015.

Audiences are encouraged to participate online and in future artworks by Tine Bech by taking photos of the colours – and themsleves – and posting them using #tinebech.

Programmed by Brett Fisher.