Join Floating Point Collective as they share their own development process and behind-the-scenes technology that drives their artistic practice, and discuss their Moogfest installation “Convergence.”
Catherine McCurry and Jack Kalish are Floating Point, an art and design collective that creates large-scale public installations and performative environments driven by audience participation. Their work for Moogfest is an LED-based interactive installation that invites people to work with each other and their environment to collaboratively create cityscapes made of light. The project was made possible through Moogfest’s multi-year partnership with Research Triangle Park. Floating Point’s installation was inspired by the vision expressed in RTP’s redevelopment plans: a sustainable urban community that evolves in harmony with nature.
Floating Point Collective
Based in Brooklyn, NY, Floating Point is an art and design collective that creates large-scale public installations and performative environments that are driven by audience participation. Floating Point believes in embracing emerging technologies, constantly seeking new forms of expression that resonate with the now, but look towards the future.
Floating Point’s work has been shown at Ars Electronica (AU), The MIT Media Lab, The Strathmore Gallery (DC), Internet Week NYC, Sonos Studios (LA), The Interactive Art Fair at Art Basel (Miami), The Science Gallery Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland), TED2013 and TED2014. In 2015 Floating Point created a permanent interactive installation for the James R. Herman Terminal at Pier 27 in San Francisco.