‘flux’ is a new interactivelight installation designed by collectif scale, which evolves smoothly as music plays. presented by tetro, the kinetic project is composed of 48 lines of dynamic light, which twist and turn to form a ‘living’ robotic sculpture navigating between poetic states or frenetic rotation rhythms.
all images courtesy of tetro
with ‘flux’, collectif scale seeks to explore new fields of artistic intervention, confronting organic, naturalistic, primary architectural structures with new technologies and dynamic light. the studio also wants to experiment with the world of movement, kinetics and robotics. the interactive installation dynamic light changes forms depending on the rhythm that surrounds it. the formal multiplication of the light lines, coupled with micro variations of phase, temporal delay, speed and amplitude, makes the object move unexpectedly, from lyrical repetition to frenzied states.
created by: collectif scale
presented by: tetro
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edited by: myrto katsikopoulou | designboom