Michael Sebastian Haas is a Berlin artist using several techniques and technologies for his work : some parts of it is in motion, belonging to kinetic art. Combining painting, robotics, light, textiles and architecture, he creates an evolving system in which the elements merge.
Its latest installation “Interface” was installed on the Greek island of Paxos in Avlaki Bay. Integrated in this new environment, the artwork is changing with time and climate, allowing the artist to create an evolutionary sequence with various points of view during the day. In the morning, a large square of blue cloth levitates above the bay. The wind rises around midday, thus raising the textile to the horizontal, where it floats until the end of the afternoon. Finally, when the evening approaches and the wind calms down, the darkness gives us a different vision of the installation: dark, always moving, between the land and the sea.