1.8

Werktitel1.8
Entstehungsjahr2016
Künstler
Größe
    Netz: 30,48 x 13,716 x 6,096 m (gesamte Installation: 54,864 x 54,864 x 21,336 m)
Material/Technik
    Faser (Nylon und UHMWPE), Gebäude, Himmel, farbige Beleuchtung, WLAN, Computerprogrammierung
Kooperation/Produktionsbeteiligung/Forschung
    Kunst: Janet Echelman - Studio Echelman Team: Melissa Henry, Daniel Zeese, Lucca Townsend und Cameron Chateauneuf - Technik: Arup: Clayton Binkley - Simulation Software Engineering: Autodesk - Beleuchtung und Interaktivität: ArtAV - Festivalproduktion: Artichoke - Fotografie und Videografie: Ema Peter, Bruce Petschek
Eigentümern/a
Medium/Werkform
Lichtquelle
Lichtoptische Faktoren
Wahrnehmung
Werkhistorie
2019AusstellungenGreen Mountain Falls
2018AusstellungenXi'an
2017AusstellungenPeking
2017AusstellungenMexiko-Stadt
2016AusstellungenSan Diego



... The monumental floating form is composed of layers of fiber, braided and knotted together in vibrant hues that pulse with changing wind and weather to create a choreography of undulating color. At night, the sculpture came to life with projected colored light. The precise colors and patterns were created interactively with members of the public, who were invited to use their smartphones to select colors and tap out patterns with the touch of a finger. These patterns were projected onto the monumental surface of the sculpture, and proceeded to interact with one another, creating ripple effects for all to see.

The work’s title is 1.8, referring to the length of time in microseconds that the earth’s day was shortened as a result of a single physical event, the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that emanated from Japan. The sculpture’s form was inspired by data sets of the tsunami’s wave heights rippling across the entire Pacific Ocean. ...

 

https://www.echelman.com/#/project/1-8-london/ (28.12.2020)

 

Konzeption/Themen
Besondere Merkmale Kunstwerkn/a