PRISM by Keiichi Matsuda

The 2012 London Design Festival sees Veuve Clicquot team up with Keiichi Matsuda and The Victoria & Albert Museum to present ‘PRISM’, a digital art installation which is displayed in a part of the V&A that visitors have never had the chance to visit before. I managed to get tickets for the very last day of the tour, so I’m looking forward to seeing Matsuda’s piece. ‘PRISM’ uses data from UCL CASA’s CityDashboard and other open data sources, to visualise London on the sculptures many facets. The above images are both digital renderings of the piece, but now it’s complete some photographs of the sculpture have began to surface.

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