Besides the installation Light in Water, the exhibition “The Play of Brilliants” presents many more monumental artworks. On the theme of light, artists and designers such as WHITEvoid, Haberdashery, Soo Sunny Park and Flynn Talbot have imagined impressive sculptures. A sensorial and interactive experience composed of 11 installations and available until 31st of May, at the Eléphant Paname (Paris).
During the Milan Design Week which takes place now, the artist Graypants exposes his work called “Murmurations” a hanging lamps cardboard installation inspired by the natural phenomenon of the same name that corresponds to the flight of a flock of birds. To discover in images in the suite.
For the exhibition “The Play of Brilliants” at the Parisian center of art and dance Eléphant Paname, DGT architects has designed an installation called “Light in Water” that they’ve already introduced at the Milan Design Week 2011. It’s a circular water cascade, put in the darkness, where the visitor can interact by touching the 3 tons of water that falls continually.
The work of artist Sarah Oppenheimer is based on the destruction of empty and white rooms with mural incisions or mirrors installations. She creates trompe-l’oeil that change our perceptions of the walls and their openings by giving the impression to be in a maze with windows leading to an empty or infinite space.
Here is an audiovisual installation by artist Joanie Lemercier. Baptized “Blueprint“, the work is formed from a central monolithic tower that is flanked by two large screens and activated by light projection and sound. Together, these tell a story of the cosmos and architecture, climaxing in an anamorphosis. Discover the video later in the article.
Insula Orchestra joins visual creative agency SUPERBIEN to make an abstract, dreamlike video work entitled Orpheo’s Mind on an excerpt from Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, the aria “Che puro Heaven.” The cloud hanging in the center of this audiovisual poem embodies spiritual enlightenment and ascension of the spirit.
Jewels brand Fabergé asked creative agencies Justso and Projection Artworks to develop a big interactive egg, for an Easter campaign at Harrods. Designer Stuart Henry has thought about designing a “virtual egg” on which will be projected a mapping showing explosive sequences of the four seasons : sapphire for autumn, emerald for spring, ruby for summer and diamond for winter.
Students of L’Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne have imagined the sculpture “Evolver” for the Zermatt Festival. It’s an Observatory that is shaped like a spiraling shell in a movement of 720 degrees and allows us to look at the panorama of any landscape : a lake and also a snowy mountain.
From March 20th to 29th was held one of the greatest artistic and technological events in Europe, the STRP Biennale in Eindhoven. For nearly 10 days, four major industrial halls hosted monumental installations and spectacular performances. Find out in the article, some of the works present at this biennial concentrated on the omnipresence of screens.
Jayson Haebich is a new media artist and computer programmer that uses these skills to create innovative works and exceptional light installations. Here is a selection of images from two of his last pieces, “Smoke and Mirrors” and “Space Vector.” They will be exhibited from April 28 to 30 at the Alles Für Mögliche Institute in Berlin.
Japanese art collective teamLab have designed the Floating Flower Garden : an interactive and immersive installation of 2300 suspended flowers, located in Tokyo. The suspensions are controlled from a distance in order to be able to elevate or drop them to the visitors. The installation will be available until the 1st of May.
To celebrate the Air Max Day 2015 on March 26, Nike decided to settle in the Parisian Metro. the ghost station, located between Republic and Strasbourg-Saint-Denis on line 9 to Pont de Sèvres, hosts a stunning light installation consists of red and blue giant bubbles, and a sparkling logo.