Sebastian Hempel

April 19th, 2011

It was real delight to browse through Sebastian Hempel‘s oeuvre on his website. Here’re just 5 of his installations, but there’s much much more to discover.

Comfort #4

March 24th, 2011

Comfort #4 was a light installation by Lang & Baumann for the “Nuit Blanche” 2010 event in Paris. 9 inflated white tubes connected all windows of two floors of the Ecole Elementaire de Belleville in Paris, with each other. Each tube threaded several windows in a random order. The result was a huge chaotic knot in front of the facade. In the night the lights from the inside were shining through the translucent foil.

found at rebel:art

Luminant Point Arrays

March 16th, 2011

Luminant Point Arrays is a series of photographs by Stephan Tillmans. They show tube televisions in the moment they are switched off. The television picture breaks down and creates a structure of light.

found at ignant

Quadratura

March 15th, 2011

Of all the video projection on architecture projects out there, I still like Pablo Valbuena his best. One of his latest projects is called Quadratura, a site-specific installation presented at Matadero Madrid, Spain. Quadratura was the technique used in the baroque to extended architecture through trompe l’oeil and perspective constructions generated with paint or sculpture.

Movement of a Moment

February 11th, 2011

Movement of a Moment by Jesper Jonsson is a dynamic light concept that shows traces of time. You can say that it’s a clock or that it’s a light. The hands of the clock are in the back and cast a shadow. It’s probably not the easiest clock to read, nonetheless it’s a very nice idea.

found at designboom weblog

24 Hours Shot

January 31st, 2011

Chris Kotsiopoulos composed this image with about 500 star-trail, 35 sun sequence and 25 landscape shots. The result is a stunning 24 hours shot which you should see in a higher resolution. If you want to know how he did you should read his post here.

Variations on Pi

December 23rd, 2010

“Variations on Pi” is a limited edition of 50 unique light paintings made by Nils Völker. They’re actually long exposure photos of a machine equipped with 16 LEDs. The movement of the machine was defined by different ranges of consecutive decimal places of the number pi. All together 3861 decimal places were used to create the whole edition.

Here’s a making of video:

RE:

December 23rd, 2010

RE: is an audiovisual installation by Bram Snijders and Carolien Teunisse. It’s a video projection on a 3D object, I know you’ve probably seen a lot of those lately, but this one is different. Here, the projector projects on itself with the help of a few mirrors.

Speed Creating

October 29th, 2010

Last September, Dominic Wilcox did the Speed Creating project, he tried to make something creative every single day. The results are amazing. Here’re 4 of them:

Day 2: Pop Up Train Tray Surprise

Day11: Beach Ball Chair

Day 24: I remember you well – a tin foil bust of Dominic Wilcox at the age of 21.

Day 28: Inflated socks

found at designboom weblog

Kumi Yamashita

September 15th, 2010

A few folds made in origami paper by Kumi Yamashita together with the right light and profiles appear.

found at Potz!Blitz!Szpilman!


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