Studio Drift created a version of Flylight for the entrance of the Paris edition of PAD (The Pavilion of Art and Design).

Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordijn of Studio Drift made a special configuration of the installation in the entrance hall of Jardin des Tuileries for the event, which ran from 27 March – 1 April. 

The interactive installation is composed of laboratory test tubes that illuminate and respond to the movements of passers-by. Inspired by the movements of flocks of birds, Flylight welcomed visitors with an invitation of pulsing light.

Studio Drift first appeared at PAD in 2009 when they showed a prototype of Fragile Future, a project developed in collaboration with Carpenters Workshop Gallery. The following year the pair received the PAD London Prize for the work, which was donated to the Victoria and Albert Museum.

All images courtesy of Carpenters Workshop Gallery