Interactive Light Sculpture at the Riverside Art Museum

The Riverside Art Museum (RAM) proudly presents Infinite Pulse, running November 28, 2014 – January 3, 2015.
Infinite Pulse is a 15-foot tall stainless steel, glass, and LED light sculpture representing an infinitely looping trajectory of energy. The LED lights inside are controlled by a downloadable iPhone app, making the piece uniquely interactive.
This piece has been exhibited at numerous festivals and art events. Designed and built by Rebecca Goodman with glass work by Christina Bullard, the lights are by iGloLEDset, and is from the collection of Frank and Lucy Heyming.
“We wanted to share the sculpture with the community,” states Heyming. “Each night from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., there will be a docent to talk about the sculpture and help the public interact with it.”
This sculpture will go live during the Festival of Lights Switch-On Ceremony on the evening of Friday, November 28, 2014. Join us on our front lawn starting at 12:00 noon as we bring free holiday art activities to everyone coming downtown for the Switch-On Ceremony at the Mission Inn.
“Showcasing this sculpture is a great way to participate in the Festival of Lights,” states Riverside Art Museum Executive Director Drew Oberjuerge, “and it let’s us stay true to our mission to exhibit interactive and high-quality art.”
About the artist: Rebecca Goodman is an internationally exhibiting, Southern California-based artist who creates interactive objects and performative installations. She constructs multi-sensory, experiential pieces; designing and building sculpture, costumes, and functional art, choreographing and directing performance, and often collaborating with musicians, scientists, and performers of all genres to produce layered, ethereal pieces that describe themes of transformation and fragility and the exploration of archetypes.

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