Display changes with the weather

Nanyang Technological University's Associate Professor Ina Conradi (above right, with NTU Museum's deputy director Faith Teh) is in charge of the Media Art Nexus installation (top), a 2m by 15m LED wall that displays an array of media art.
Nanyang Technological University's Associate Professor Ina Conradi is in charge of the Media Art Nexus installation (above), a 2m by 15m LED wall that displays an array of media art.ST PHOTO: SYAMIL SAPARI
Nanyang Technological University's Associate Professor Ina Conradi (above right, with NTU Museum's deputy director Faith Teh) is in charge of the Media Art Nexus installation (top), a 2m by 15m LED wall that displays an array of media art.
Nanyang Technological University's Associate Professor Ina Conradi (above right, with NTU Museum's deputy director Faith Teh) is in charge of the Media Art Nexus installation, a 2m by 15m LED wall that displays an array of media art.ST PHOTO: SYAMIL SAPARI

When the weather changes at Nanyang Technological University's (NTU) Jurong campus, it triggers a change in the artwork on the school's other campus in Novena.

"A change of just 0.5 deg C in Jurong will make the LED lights go from white to blue to red," says deputy director of the NTU Museum, Ms Faith Teh. "This symbolically connects the two campuses."

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 09, 2018, with the headline 'Display changes with the weather'. Print Edition | Subscribe