Steve Lee Lumibolic Interactive Art Installation
Lumibolic Interactive Art Installation is Silver Design Award winner in 2015 - 2016 Fine Arts and Art Installation Design Award Category.
Lumibolic Interactive Art Installation

LUMIBOLIC is an interactive art installation which creates relationships between site and visitor through interactive lighting effects derived from electroluminescent wire and curved surfaces. Motion and sound sensors extend outward from the artwork and are triggered by activity in the surrounding environment. The data from these sensors stimulate the lit wire in the structure, creating dynamic light patterns and visual vibrations. These patterns inspired by the artwork of Op-Artists Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely utilize several optical illusions to further experiences of visual effects.

Lumibolic Interactive Art Installation
Steve Lee Lumibolic
Steve Lee Interactive Art Installation
Steve Lee design
Steve Lee design
Steve Lee

Steve is a licensed architect in California and lead designer of Aprilli Design Studio. As principal in charge, he focuses on design development and project actualization through all phases of projects including architectural design and product design. Steve has deep interest in creating innovative objects, spaces and atmospheric conditions which aesthetically, psychologically and functionally enhance the quality of living environments. Prior to founding Aprilli Design Studio, he has worked at architectural design firms such as Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Koetter Kim Associates and RTKL Associates for about eight years as lead designer on international high rise, commercial and hospitality projects including Wuhan Optic Valley Business Center, Chengdu Hyatt Regency Hotel and Chongqing ITCC. His work has been published on international magazines and media extensively. Steve has received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from Yonsei University in 2002 and Master in Architecture degree from Yale University in 2007. Steve has been a design studio instructor at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo in 2014.


Lumibolic is an interacive art installation which responds to the sound and motion of the surrounding environment. Presented and co-produced by Lerata and Arts Brookfield, the installation was showcased at the LA Skyline 2016 exhibition in downtown Los Angeles from February to March in 2016.