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Schlagwort: Light Installation

Bubble Universe

Bubble Universe is eine interaktive Installation von teamLab, von denen ich hier neulich schon mal was hatte.

Inside the spheres, countless lights converge; material lights that exist in the physical space, large and strong light like a soap bubble, huge, weak light that wobbles like a mass of jelly, and light that emerges from the surrounding environment. There are lights that move continuously inside the spheres, and lights that do not move at all.

The light in each sphere cannot produce all the light by itself; other spheres act as an environment that creates countless lights within each sphere. Each sphere becomes part of the environment that generates the light of the other spheres, and the phenomenon created by the environment is the existence of the work.


(Direktlink, via Nag on the Lake)

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Dutzende Ovoide als bunt strahlende Lichtinstallation

Das in Tokio ansässige internationale Kunstkollektiv teamLab hat in Hong Kong eine bunt leuchtende, interaktive Installation aus jeder Menge Rieseneiern aufgebaut. Sehr hübsch.

Extending from land to sea, each glowing ovoid responds to touch and movement. When pushed over by wind, waves, or human force, the resilient forms rise and change colors, triggering a chain reaction with neighboring sculptures and alluding to how humans and nature are affected by their environments. This is especially evident in the bobbing structures partially submerged in the sea, which are constantly shifted by the marine conditions. Together, each distinct component creates an illuminating conversation between viewers, their surroundings, and the physicality of the work itself.


(Direktlink, via Colossal)

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Ein Wald aus schwebenden Lampen

Die Leute von Team Labnet haben in Paris als Installation einen Wald aus Lampen kreiert, der ein wenig an bunt leuchtende Quallen erinnert. Voll schön.

„All the lamps, seemingly scattered randomly, are placed in the space to form a continuous line when the two lamps closest to each other are connected with a line. The first lamp, responding to a person’s position, resonates to the closest two lamps, and these two lamps in turn resonate to other nearby lamps. This forms a chain reaction by passing through all lamps in one loop until the resonating action ends at the originating lamp. The planar arrangement of the lamps is staggered in a zigzag to fill a space, organized by a perfectly ordered grid. This is the first constraint. The second constraint is the height and width of the room and the pathway that people walk through, thus creating a “boundary condition.” The third constraint is that the lamps, when connected to the two closest lamps three-dimensionally, form a unicursal pattern with the same start and end points. The placement of lights was mathematically calculated so that it satisfies these constraints. The variability of the lamps’ direction and the average angle that creates a three-dimensional route were examined multiple times in order to achieve the final placement of the lamps.“


(Direktlink, via BoingBoing)

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Kinetic audiovisual installation and performance: Deep Web

Ich habe diesen Tab seit Tagen offen und bin immer noch schwer angetan von dieser Installation, die von Christopher Bauder und Robert Henke erschaffen wurde. Ihre Laser-Installation versucht, Netzwerke zu visualisieren. Wahnsinnig gut.

Deep Web is a monumental immersive audiovisual installation and live performance created by light artist Christopher Bauder and composer and musician Robert Henke. Presented in enormous pitch dark indoor spaces, Deep Web plunges the audience into a ballet of iridescent kinetic light and surround sound. The work was presented as a preview at CTM 2016 Festival Berlin and will be followed by its original presentation at the Festival of Lights Lyon in December 2016.

The generative, luminous architectural structure weaves 175 motorized spheres and 12 high power laser systems into a 25 meter wide and 10 meter high super-structure, bringing to life a luminous analogy to the nodes and connections of digital networks. Moving up and down, and choreographed and synchronized to an original multi-channel musical score by Robert Henke, the spheres are illuminated by blasts of colourful laser beams resulting in three-dimensional sculptural light drawings and arrangements in cavernous darkness.

The installation brings together decades of separate research and experimentation by two artists with unique visions and passions for sound and light, and by innovative companies working in these fields. High-end laser system manufacturer LaserAnimation Sollinger provided the technical expertise and development for this very specific spatial laser setup. The high precision motor winch systems with real time feedback and the main control software are provided by Design Studio WHITEvoid in collaboration with Kinetic Lights. This novel combination of computer controlled kinetic elements and laser systems allows for setting animated end points to normally infinite laser beams. DEEP WEB uses light as a tangible material to construct threedimensional vector drawings in thin air.

(Direktlink, via René)

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8000 beleuchtete Ballons dort, wo einst die Berliner Mauer stand: Lichtgrenze

Ich werde am Wochenende leider nicht in der Nähe sein, ansonsten würde ich mir diese Installation, die der Lichtkünstler und Designer Christopher Bauder zusammen mit seinem Bruder und Filmemacher Marc Bauder entwickelt und verwirklicht hat, ganz sicher ansehen gehen. Lichtgrenze.

„Über 8.000 der 60 Zentimeter großen weißen Bälle aus Naturkautschuk werden vom 7. bis 9. November an Carbonstelen befestigt in der gesamten Innenstadt aufgestellt. Sie markieren die Lichtgrenze–eine 15,3 Kilomter lange Installation, die dem Originalverlauf der Berliner Mauer zwischen Oberbaumbrücke und Bornholmer Straße folgt. Für zwei Tage und zwei Nächte ist Berlin noch einmal in Ost und West geteilt.“

(Direktlink)

Und als wäre das nicht schon ambitioniert genug, gibt es noch ein zusätzliches Programm. Weitere Infos zu der Aktion auf The Creators Project.

„Insgesamt 120 Stunden hat sich Marc Bauder durch Archiv-Material aus 25 Jahren Mauergeschichte gekämpft. Er wird an sechs zentralen Orten entlang der Lichtgrenze auf zehn Meter hohen Video-Leinwänden filmische Collagen zeigen, die das geteilte Berlin dem heutigen Stadtbild gegenüberstellen. Alle 150 Meter finden die Besucher der Lichtgrenze außerdem eine Mauergeschichte. Insgesamt 100 dieser persönlichen Anekdoten verwandeln die Lichtgrenze in eine kollektive Berliner Gedächtnislandschaft.“

(Direktlink, via Gilly)

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