Light Masonry Client: Make it York Location: York Minster, York Year: 2016 Illuminating York, supported by Arts Council England, is an annual event which sees a variety of designers invited to create light installations across the historic city. The Festival encourages visitors to explore and discover the city through the imagination of artists, using the medium of light in all its
SuperLux: Smart Light Art, Design and Architecture for Cities, edited by Davina Jackson, is the world’s first comprehensive monograph surveying recent milestones and triumphs using digital systems for lighting urban environments. The book’s three main pictorial sections focus on projects that use light to animate architecture and media screens, new forms of lighting in industrial zones and public areas, and
The exhibition presents an unprecedented picture of new practices in the field of Street Art: Graffiti 2.0, light painting, street mapping or anamorphosis, while replacing them in the historical context of the subject. First held in the EDF Gallery in Paris, this decade-spanning panorama tracing the development of street art takes in work by iconic names such as Zevs, Vhils,
Antonin Fourneau’s artist residency in the Digitalarti Artlab resulted in the Water Light Graffiti project: an LED wall that reacts to contact with water. After several months of tests, prototypes and material improvements, the project finally saw the light for a few days in a public space in Poitiers, France (end of July 2012). Since then, Water Light Graffiti has
Chas Llewellyn explores the form and function of a large-scale light sculpture using Moog Music’s Animoog app as the control source.
Un articolo interessante di PETER KIRN su Chas Llewellyn nel sito Createdigitalmusic Chas traduce con Max/MSP la musica in luce. Full description: Sculptor / programmer / interactive interface designer, Chas Llewellyn, explores the form and function of a large-scale light sculpture he designed using Moog Music’s Animoog app as the control source. From his former Wedge Studios workspace in Asheville’s River Arts
Joanie Lemercier is a French artist primarily focused on projections of light in space and its influence on our perception. Lemercier was introduced to creating art on a computer at age five by attending classes on pattern design for fabrics taught by his mother. The threads of his early education grounded his interest in physical structures: geometry, patterns, and minimalist forms. As Lemercier’s work evolved,