The Dancing Screen is a new experiment by architect Eleonora Nicoletti, consisting of dynamic architectural surfaces that provide shade and can divide and illuminate different areas around the installation. A clever concept that brings together artistic and multi-functional design with sustainability, The Dancing Screens consists of six flexible modules with solar panels integrated into them. The photo-luminescent modules are almost as thin and lightweight as paper and interconnected with conductive ink.

As the panels blow in the wind, constantly reconfiguring the spaces they inhabit, the solar panels generate power for passers-by to charge their electronic devices by plugging them in at the base. At night, in absence of other light, the sculpture also glows in the dark.

The Dancing Screens are currently on display at the H Hotel in Midland, Michigan, as part of the Solar Art Festival Fall In.. Art and Sol, and will be until October 31st.