The Moon on the Water, Sun in the Sky is a light art and science immersive experience under the MIT dome - the landmark located at the center of MIT campus. The art merges light, time, and space, evoking the power of nature and resonating the audience's emotion by light transmission and reflection through a dichroic filter. Two circles, green and magenta, which represent moon and sun, are projected alternatively every hour.
The contract between the two circles is reminiscent of polarities in nature:
warm and cold,
micro and macro,
dynamic and static,
inner and outer,
water and sky.
MIT Museum Gallery, May - September 2018