An unique experience that explores our relationship with water using a spectacular virtual waterfall, located on Braccan Walk North opposite Skechers.
With the initial sight of a cascading waterfall and the sound of flowing water, visitors will soon realise as they get closer that ‘As Water Falls’ hides a number of exciting surprises. Using the light from a mobile phone torch, each visitor will create their own unique experience as the waterfall reacts with movement and images.
The waterfall symbolises the power of water, and is designed for people of all ages to enjoy the great spectacle.
SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) sessions including one accompanying carer are available. Sessions are available daily between 10am and 11am, bookings essential. Please email if you need additional support.
This experience has been created by internationally acclaimed new media art studio Iregular.
Iregular is a Montreal-based new media art studio that creates audio visual installations, large-scale sculptures, architectural projections and scenographies, with a focus on interactive and immersive experiences. At the crossroads between art and technology, the studio works with the infinite and random combinations produced by interactive systems that the audience ultimately influences and transforms. Since its inception, Iregular produced over 50 artworks and toured in more than 25 countries.
Please note that photographers and videographers will be in The Lexicon between 5 and 16 April for Forest Springs. Images taken will be used by Bracknell Forest Council and The Lexicon for publicity and marketing purposes.