Published 04/03/2016

Svensson donates climate screen for art project

Peter Ojstersek, is the designer behind the interactive greenhouse "Jukebox for Plants" which currently can be seen at the Textile Museum in Borås, Sweden. Svensson proudly contributed to the project, donating the climate screen.

"Jukebox plants" is a sculptural piece of work where light and sound stimulate plant growth. LED lights with red and blue diodes are placed above each plant, which is both beneficial to the plant and creates an effect. The visitor can choose the music that is controlled by four buttons mounted on the Jukebox to play the audio works that stimulate plant growth.

In the greenhouse, Peter Ojstersek installed Solarwoven Ultra, Svensson's durable climate screen that blocks 90% of the sun’s UV radiation and saves energy.

 Plants that have a connection to the Boras region's cultural and industrial history are cultured in the greenhouse.

The piece of art can be seen on display at the Textile Museum in Borås, Sweden until March 7th.

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