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We were commissioned to compose music for this two month long immersive and interactive installation at Artechhouse in Washington DC during the Cherry Blossom Festival.

The centerpiece of the seasonal installation, Sakura Yume was a 24ft high, 130ft long and 270 degree interactive projection by NOIRFLUX. The installation utilized state of the art projection system and unitary interactive technology.

Meaning Cherry Blossom Dream, this larger-than-life interactive installation featured floating cherry blossom petals, koi fish and Japanese calligraphy characters that mean sakura, or cherry blossom. With the movement of their outstretched arm visitors have the power to add beautiful flowing color to their environment.



by Corey Fuller

We were commissioned by Artechhouse in Washington DC to compose a long-form musical piece for this two month long immersive, interactive installation.

“Step into a moonlit, floating environment where larger than life koi fish and colorful cherry blossom petals react to your presence. Contemplate the beautiful and ephemeral nature of life over an interactive 3D sculpture of a koi pond and walk narrow lantern lit "street" that responds to your footsteps.

SAKURA YUME // Cherry Blossom Dream is a large-scale seasonal installation curated by ARTECHOUSE and showcasing the works of Noirflux, Storylab, Karan Parikh & Nathan Solomon, Aoi Yamaguchi and Corey Fuller.

Inspired by the longstanding Cherry Blossom tradition in its hometown Washington, DC, and in search of a perfect way to share this beautiful experience with many, ARTECHOUSE invited 3 artist groups to create a unique cherry blossom experience. These artists through their own interpretation, yet using similar tools of projection and motion depth cameras, created an immersive and interactive digital experience that not only extends this beautiful springtime celebration yet preserves the transient and ephemeral nature of it.

The installation encompasses five unique activations where elements of Japanese culture and tradition become experiences at the intersection of art and technology.”