4480 pixels in space

4480 Pixels in Space is a 900 square-foot, interactive light sculpture for the online survey company Survey Monkey's headquarters in San Mateo, CA. The wall-mounted artwork illuminates the lobby with animated data-visualizations that read in live data from the company's servers, indicating the amount of survey activity around the world. Different data representations of the information create a variable pulsing light field. The process involved close collaboration between designers, fabricators, electrical engineers and data developers from both the artist side and the client side.

Location: HQ, San Mateo, California
Design: Future Cities Lab, San Francisco
Project Team: Jason Kelly Johnson, Nataly Gattegno, Ripon DeLeon with Jeff Maeshiro, Ji Ahn, Emily Saunders, Alan Chiang, Collin Schupman. 
Production: Sitou Akolly, Nick Taylor, Mariana Munguia-Chang
Fabrication Partner: MACHINIC Digital Fabrication and Robotics, San Francisco
Special Thanks: TMDA

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