通过体验式照明，在三维空间中揭示我们的体温，项目"Thermally Speaking"使用热成像和红外测量仪器来揭示我们周边的热量。装置为Nuit Blanche 2019年改造了多伦多的Fort York游客中心，让人们看到了体温读取、创意数据可视化和监控领域的未来。
Revealing our body heat in three-dimensional space through experiential illumination, "Thermally Speaking" used thermography and infrared measuring instruments to uncover the fields of energy of which we’re all apart. The responsive installation transformed Toronto's Fort York Visitor Centre for Nuit Blanche 2019, providing a glimpse into a future of body temperature readings, creative data visualization and surveillance fields.
Audiences were invited to move through, over and around the ramp of the Visitor Centre both as observers and subjects of observation, participants in dialogue with the phenomena around them. Thermal imaging cameras relayed and translated the heat energy of visitors into a shifting curtain of light, animating the channel glass facades of the existing building.
该装置由LeuWebb Projects设计，并与Mulvey & Banani照明公司合作制作，作为其多伦多城市照明计划的一部分，该装置也为照明设计和建筑领域的学生提供了技术发展的机会。
Designed by LeuWebb Projects and produced in collaboration with Mulvey & Banani Lighting as part of their CITYLights Toronto initiative, the installation also provided an opportunity for technical development for students in the field of lighting design and architecture.
Project Name: Thermally Speaking
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Client: City of Toronto, Nuit Blanche
Artists/designers: LeuWebb Projects with Mulvey & Banani Lighting Inc.
Project Manager: Stephen Kaye (Mulvey & Banani Lighting Inc.)
Design team: Christine Leu, Alan Webb (LeuWebb Projects)
Collaborators Engineers: Paul Boken, Sepideh Nabaee, CityLightsTO
Lighting Designer: Mulvey & Banani Lighting Inc.
Project sector: Installation art, interactive, public art, lighting design
Project completion date: October 2019
Photographer: Doublespace Photography, Simon Tanenbaum