HELIX is an interactive sculpture made by artist Jen Lewin. The piece is part of the Flux series, and according to the artist, is “designed to combine mathematical, musical, and dance principles into interactive experiences that stimulate multiple senses.”
The piece stands at over 20 feet and consists of 24 spires that follow the dimensions of the golden ratio - the mathematical principle found in nature. Participants can interact with HELIX by placing their hands around the sensors located on the 24 spires. The best time to view HELIX is at night, as viewers will get the full effect of the piece.
Jen Lewin is a new media and interactive sculptor based in Brooklyn, New York. She focuses on “uniting nature and technology” with interactive “sculptures that encourage community interaction and play.”
Source: Caitlyn Fernandez