Flower Clock 🌸
The world around us moves in complicated and wonderful ways. We spend the earlier parts of our lives learning about our environment through perception and interaction. We expect the physical world around us to behave consistently with our perceptual memory...
—— James Tu
Floral Clock is a project that mimics natural flower blossom based on Linnaeus's flower clock. Twelve different kinds of flowers represent twelve natural flowers, locate at twelve positions of the clock. To accurately indicate the time, each of them opens in the sequence of clock time.
The project contains two different kinds of presentations. The first one is a creative coding piece done by p5.js. Based on that, the final project is presented by installation.
Exhibition & Talk
- “From Canvas to Code: Art, Science, and Innovation in the Digital Age”,
Wolfson College, University of Oxford, 2023
- West Bund Art Center-Art & Design Education FutureLab, 2019
- Machine Art Event, New York University Shanghai, 2019
- Interactice Media Arts Semester Show, New York University Shanghai, 2019