Produced by Russian arts collective TUNDRA, this gigantic grid of hundreds of red lasers was supposed to be featured in Moscow's OUTLINE FESTIVAL. However, after the festival was abruptly canceled due to undisclosed circumstances, the massive installation shown at Day for Night in Houston in a recent days.
Sila Sveta produced one of the largest video projection made on the façade of the unique architectural landmark - the main tower of Moscow State University at the Vorobyovy Hills. The projected area covered over 50 000 square meters and was over 0.5 km long, 212 projectors were used for the show.
"Liz West creates a multi-coloured rainbow space for Bristol Biennial. Known for her vibrant light installations, the artist filled an empty office block with gel-filtered, fluorescent shades, from radiant red to nostalgic violet. West wanted to build a sensory experience that will put human perception in focus. ‘Our Colour’ site-specific project let her find that the eye travelling through an entire palette will most likely return to the colour it finds most comfortable and pause to enjoy it."
German visual artist Susi Sie was involved in creation of Rio Olympics Opening Ceremony projection mapping for the first episode of the show.
Title: Beginning Of Life
Client: Olympic Games
Agency: Oito Zero Oito
Creative Director: Fabio Soares, Fernando Meirelles
Visual Artist: Susi Sie
Music and Sound Design: Antonio Pinto
Hakanaï is a solo choreographic performance that unfolds through a series of images in motion. In Japanese Hakanaï denotes that which is temporary and fragile, evanescent and transient, and in this case something set between dreams and reality. This symbolic relationship is the foundation of the dance composition in which a dancer gives life to a space somewhere between the borders of imagination and reality, through her interactions with the images she encounters. Performed by Adrien M and Claire B (previously) it was debuted in San Francisco few years ago.
Using dome-shaped futuristic construction shelling Audi A4 inside of #a4space VR Installation, Moscow-based event production team DEPARTÁMENT level up the virtual reality experience stepping outside simple frames of plastic glasses. The whole Audi A4 car become a sort of "oculus" on wheels delivering the physical imitation of zero-gravity forces and "driving" people into the new worlds projected and synchronised with the driver gestures. Total thing was programmed and designed by SILA SVETA.
Reimagined and bigger scale version of interactive hexagonal installation “MyWhale” which was originally produced as a site-specific interactive installation by Tundra for “Brusov”, a renovated ship, laid up on Moscow river and turned into an art-cluster.
The inner revision of MyWhale was specially made for “9 Lights in 9 Rooms” exhibition at D MUSEUM (Seoul, Korea) and was visited by more than 200.000 visitors during the period of exhibition.
"When you stand among the handiwork of teamLab, a Japanese tech art studio, you’re seemingly transported to a sprawling foreign land that engulfs you in a vibrant, light-filled splendor. This immersive approach is now the focus of a massive exhibition that spans 3,000 square meters (over 32,000 square feet) and is called DMM.Planets Art by teamLab. It showcases a variety of the group’s digital work throughout the years, including new pieces just revealed to the public.
The exhibition features four spaces that offer kaleidoscopic colour schemes and multi-sensory activities. Each piece has its own distinct smell, including: the aroma of flowers, a forest, and “the universe”—a scent that astronaut Naoko Yamazaki helped create."
Our Time (2016) is the latest large-scale installation by United Visual Artists investigating our subjective experience of the passing of time. It defines a physical environment where pendulums swing at a pace apparently unhindered by the laws of nature and where no single time measurement applies. The installation combines movement, light and sound as a multi-sensory, multi-dimensional canvas the visitor can enter. Pendulums swing, each to their own rhythm, as time flows through the grid. With light tracing the path and sound its echo, the passing of time becomes almost palpable.
Immorphosis - 360 ° projection space, created by french Collectif Scale for the club space of La Gaîté Lyrique museum in Paris. The viewer can immerse himself in one of the four video tracks, controlling them through the interface in the central part of the installation.