From his studio practice in the Netherlands, Daan Roosegaarde (b. 1979, The Netherlands) creates interactive and responsive installations that explore the dynamic relation between architecture, people and technology. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts AKI in Enschede and received an MA at the Berlage Institute Postgraduate Laboratory of Architecture in Rotterdam. Roosegaarde exhibits internationally. His work has been shown at Tate Modern, YCAM Japan, the National Art Center, Tokyo, and the Venice Biennale 2009. His work for Decode is situated both in the Porter Gallery and in the South Kensington tunnel to the V&A.
Studio Roosegaarde - Profile Artist and architect Daan Roosegaarde (1979) creates interactive landscapes that instinctively respond to sound and movement. Roosegaarde's remarkable works of art function as a documentation of the dynamic relation between architecture, people, and technology. This connection, established between ideology and technology, results in what Roosegaarde calls "techno-poetry". His Studio Roosegaarde develops its own technology and designs and is internationally known for interactive artworks such as Dune and Sustainable Dance Floor. Recently Studio Roosegaarde launched its second studio in Shanghai, CN. In 2009, Roosegaarde won the Dutch Design Award. He has been the focus of exhibitions at the Tate Modern, the National Museum in Tokyo, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and various public spaces in Rotterdam and Hong Kong.Dune, 2007 Dune is a responsive piece that reacts as you walk through the work. The reeds, lit with LED lights, respond to motion and touch, creating an ever-changing, immersive environment.
Stroke the reeds to interact with Dune.
LEDs, microphones, sensors, speakers, software and other media running on an interactive embedded microchip system and firmware. Courtesy of the artist and the team of Studio Roosegaarde
Other Works by Daan Roosegaarde