Posts tagged with ‘installation’
Amazing 3D installation by our very own Marcel Laverdet who created a series of 5 CGI “Trompe L’Oeil” scenes of the “World Below New York” around NYC- supporting Canon’s “BeReady” campaign for it’s new series of Powershot cameras, allowing users to upload photos directly to their social media pages.
Public environmental artwork in Kinmen, Taiwan. Located on a tidal shore along a tidal road connecting Great Kinmen to the little island towards Xiamen. By time the legs will be covered by oysters.
Author: Marco Casagrande
Project Manager: Nikita Wu
Case Officer: AdDa Zei / Casagrande Laboratory
Curator: Sandy Lo / Floating Islands
Measures: height 6 m during low tide, 3 m during high tide
Materials: Sand blasted stainless steel, solar powered light
Location: Kinmen, Taiwan, Republic of China
Stella Artois presents The Chalice Symphony
Up in lights with Constell-action
Images of the interactive installation brought to Fed Square by Polish new media artists, panGenerator. The tetrahedron blocks detect sudden change of light intensity (like a flash of light from a mobile phone), they respond with a blink of light that then sets off nearby tetrahedrons - creating captivating waves of light. We hosted the installation as part of Pause Fest in February 2014.