Published on: October 16, 2009
3kta from Porto, Portugal, designed this interactive installation for “Green Ray” party.
More info from 3kta follows:
(Example of pattern created by the guests presence.)
Designed to celebrate the thematic “Green Ray” party, organized by our client LuxFrĂˇgil with the collaboration of Patrick Goor, this light installation is simultaneously an intensely physical and artistic experience for the invited guests.
(Another pattern achieved by the guests collaborative experience.)
Our design, using green lasers and mirrors producing totally analog visual effects, consists of two light sculptures: a green ray of light apparently perforating the building and a big outdoor light tapestry whose appearance changes according to the movement of the guests that become co-creators and yet challenged to take part of this collaborative experience. Presented at Lux FrĂˇgil, Lisbon, September 2009.
(Northeast view of the light tapestry.)
(East view of the light tapestry.)
(Guests presence determines the light tapestry appearance.)
(Green ray “entering” the building front wall.)
(Green ray “leaving” the building by the back wall.)
Intermedia Concept And Design:Â Â 3kta
Art and Creative Directors:Â Â AndrĂ© Rangel and Anne-Kathrin Siegel
Laser setup and Technical Consultancy:Â Â Gilles Libert, LigaĂ§Ăµes2
Production:Â Â LuxFrĂˇgil, Manuel Reis and Pedro Fradique
Music on the video: Simon Tagis a.k.a. STRB
Special Thanks:Â Â Patrick Goor, Labworks
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Posted by: LuÄŤka Slatner