exhibition in public space, site-specific kinetic light installation
kinetic, site-specific installation that reenacts the moment of discovery.
The cone of light travels through the space following a choreography that stages the careful scanning of an unknown place. The grazing light magnifies the details of the topography, projects them onto the surfaces of the room like a shadow play and frames fragments of the space. The idea of an understandable overall space fades into the background.
total dimensions ca. 5m (w) x 5m (h) x 1.5m (d), spotlight, aluminium, stainless steel, motors, rubberbelt, wheels, camera, diverse programmed (arduino) boards, stones
Landing on Planet B, with Paul Pritz, in Schlossbergstollen, Graz, site specific kinetic light installation, Foto: Karin Lernbeiß.
The tilt- and turnable spotlight follows a programmed choreography along a rail
Landing on Planet B, with Paul Pritz, in Schlossbergstollen, Graz, site specific kinetic light installation, Foto: Karin Lernbeiß