KONSTELLAATIO at LUX HELSINKI 2018
The installation was inspired by the album Konstellaatio by the late Finnish musician Mika Vainio. Vainio’s sounds have inspired digital artists like László Bordos all over the world. Bordos and the organizers of the Lux Helsinki festival are dedicating this art project to the memory of Mika Vainio.
Using dozens of controllable lights and stroboscopes, the artist created a light sculpture using a combination of real lights and virtual lights (projection).
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In this 3D projection mapped narrative film, we explore a young girls imagination as she becomes inspired by her aging grandfathers thoughts on the future.
The story is inspired by how an older generation can inspire a new generation, even when they are not around to see what transpires.
This original work was commissioned by the LUMA Projection Art Festival for the facade of the First National Bank in Binghamton, New York.
Featuring choreography and performance by ODNA , creative collaborator for the dancing scene: odnaexperience.com Performance capture technology wielded by our tech partner and resident guru, Todd Bryant: toddbryant.com Source: projectionmappingnewyork
We were invited by Virada Cultural 2017 festival to create an audiovisual proposal for the event. For this edition we created an interactive experience using the architecture of Parque Chacara do Jockey. Through programming using Touchdesigner software and the Kinect sensor the 30,000 people who went through the installation could interact with a brick wall that came to life through the movement of the spectators.
Crows are Chased and the Chasing Crows are Destined to be Chased as well, Transcending Space
This is an interactive digital installation in which viewers can walk around freely in a space that completely surrounds them with projections on all sides.
Crows are rendered in light as they fly around the space, leaving trails of light in their paths and creating spatial calligraphy. The crows chase one another and in turn become chased themselves. When the chased crows crash into one another, they scatter, turning into flowers. The crows attempt to fly around people in the space, but when they crash into a viewer, they scatter, turning into flowers in the same way.
When you stand near a certain designated space within the artwork the boundary between the wall and the floor disappears, the real space dissolves, eventually we become immersed in the artwork world and the lines drawn by the trails of the crows appears to be drawn in three dimensions in the space.
The installation is rendered in real time by a computer program, it is neither a prerecorded animation nor on loop.The installation as a whole is in constant change, previous states will never be repeated and can never be seen again.