REBIRTH · ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS · LONDON
The exhibition was a complex, multi-project exhibition, installed in the Royal Academy’s new space for art and architecture in Burlington Garden. As a landmark historical building, the installation process had to conform to rigorous preservation guidelines.
Many of the artworks involve the subtle use of high-end technologies, such as Tom Na H-iu, which relays an information feed from the Super-Kamiokande Neutrino Observatory in Tokyo to manipulate a series of LED lights.
Managing the installation involved coordinating the efforts of a team of hardware and software engineers, technicians and assembly specialists, as well as architects and designers.