Maria Koshenkova – glass object Richard Deutsch – interactive environment, sound Christian Vogel – software The installation is part of the exhibition Resonant Matter/ЗВУЧАЩЕЕ ВЕЩЕСТВО at the Russian Museum, Marble Palace 20.12.2012 Discover A Lot More
Learn about our world-famous collection, share your knowledge, and grow in a dynamic volunteer environment as a Museum Docent. Docents (volunteer guides) provide valuable service to the Museum and the wider community by volunteering their time to Discover A Lot More
When road tripping through the Finger Lakes area of New York, we spent a day at the Corning Museum of Glass. It is a fantastic museum filled with history, interactive exhibits, beautiful art, live demos and create your own glass experiences. We tried Discover A Lot More
Corning Museum Of Glass in New York state is a one of it’s kind facility that has chronicled the evolution of Glass over centuries and has the most entertaining interactive session on glass making. The exhibits are stunning to look at, I have tried Discover A Lot More
(7 Apr 2011) AP Television Santiago, Chile – March 25, 2011 1. Various of girls playing with visual effects exhibit 2. Close of animation effect with faces 3. Various of boy playing with visual effect exhibition 4. Various of 3D animation Discover A Lot More
Moritz Waldemayer develops a unique interactive site specific installation for Glass Experience by Lasvit space at ZIBA Museum in Prague to launch in 2017. This exciting process involves research and making of large blown glass vessels for hi-tech Discover A Lot More
Or could be a projection on to glass? Either way it worked quite well!