The Living Light interactive sculpture in Peace Park, across from World Cup Stadium in Seoul, Korea, is a stunningly beautiful functional artwork that displays air quality in real time and operates to encourage public interest in the environment.

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Created by David Benjamin and Soo-in Yang of The Living, the interactive sculpture has a glass canopy that features a map of Seoul’s twenty-seven neighborhoods. Air quality is shown via a bright light sequence - from best to worst.

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Air quality information is updated every fifteen minutes from the Korean Ministry of Environment and visually displayed on the Living Light installation. Seoul residents can also text the installation to receive up to the minute information on air quality in their neighborhoods.

Visit: http://www. livinglightseoul. net/

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