Toshio Iwai is known as the Peter Pan of digital culture. His interests range from video and film, to animation (zoetrope), into what he is now considered: an interactive and computer artist. Iwai has brought to fruition a variety of projects yet maintains a distinct style and theme in his work. Although his pieces fall on a broad spectrum of topics, much of them deal with audiovision and interactivity.
Two of Iwai’s works I wanted to touch on, Resonance of 4 (1994) and Piano – As Image Media (1995), fall into this category of interactive audiovisual art.