Plaza del Torico
by b720 Arquitectos ”The compositional strategy of systematic repetition and variation materializes physically on the surface of the pavement of basaltic stone: light through a system based on LED technology. The change stems from the runoff diagram of the square, which translates into power lines, causing bifurcations and inflections to encounter various obstacles”
by Marius Watz, 2010. Public art installation for the Bybanen metro system in Bergen, Norway.
reblog ecotone: limboyouth: “Cave”, 2009 by Alan Ruiz. (via vvork.com)
DIN. PR 10 [NaMa II]
by Vladimir Bonacic, 1971. Computer-controlled dynamic object / light installation at the storefront of NaMa in Zagreb, Ilica Street.
via Mute magazine. Before the art of new media
a project by Hyperbody, a research group in the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Architecture under the direction of Kas Oosterhuis, for festo.
“The emotive FinRay wall is composed of seven separate wall pieces, which can swing their body back and forth. Embedded in the skin of the FinRay are arrays of LED luminaries, which can be programmed individually to give personalized information or just to create an ambient luminescent atmosphere.” video
by carsten nicolai. “installation in lightproof auditorium, video projection (16:9 ratio), mist, sound, dimensions variable. fades is an installation for a specifically designed environment. A fine haze of mist is introduced into a space in which the white light of the projection manifests itself.”
Synetic textile architecture
environmetally responsive textiles. by studio loop.ph, synetic textile architecture modeled on biological molecular structures.
Tom Na H-iu
by Mariko Mori, 2007. New York. “The title of the exhibition draws its name from the monumental 4.5 meter sculpture, which will be exhibited along with two other large-scale sculptures, Flatstone and Roundstone. The works develop Mori’s continued interest in a fusion of art and technology, and the idea of universal spiritual consciousness.”
via Deitch gallery
working with natural forces, ned kahn creates beautiful sculptures and facades that translate natural activity and movement into form.
via www.nedkahn.com, micro gallery
the third space
The entire space was created by lashing together almost 1.3 million cable ties. Visitors are invited to explore the surreal landscape of cocoons, webs and light called “The Third Space” that took a staggering 16,870 hours to complete. made possible by 52 art students of the academy of fine arts in Munich. more pictures.
via Yanko Design
by raster-noton. “at todaysart from 26. to 27. september raster-noton will be featuring an audiovisual performance by byetone aka olaf bender and an their white line light installation.”
Playing with The Moon
Catch the White Breath
by tEnt. “catch the white breath is an observation device for blizzard on the snow field. This device contains wind sensor which can control circular light. This means light flickers indicate wind pressures.”
“The impressionist Claude Monet often painted the same motif under several natural conditions, and fixed the dynamic effect of light on the renowned 33 canvasses of ‘Cathedrale de Rouen’. The artist explored in essence how human being perceives change of natural scene in time and its color dynamism beyond simple problems of expression.”
“Following the impressionists’ approach, Tsutomu Mutoh has started an experiment on interaction of color with recent LED technology to control dynamic light from the view point of color composition method.”
installation quasar by slap. los angeles, 2008.