Most recent stories in CODAmagazine: Light as Art III
“The project included design and fabrication of ecclesiastical elements intended to visually and spatially enrich the experience of celebrating masses, baptisms, and other liturgical events. The piece highlighted here is a large Baldacchino with specialty lighting showing the cosmos set compositionally with a Sanctuary Lamp.”
“The personal plan in art was to research former meanings of light in public space. Claire Obscure Ambient Light has finally become an artwork integrated in a light plan to fulfill requirements on visual comfort, social safety and art. The light plan needs to ensure a better social security and atmosphere to attract more people in the evening and to strengthen the social/economical position of the area. Our Claire Obscure Ambient Light project is a reaction on light as cultural matter and light as direct medium creating a lighting design.”
“In this work the pedestrian movement through the space is re-inforced by the configuration of the sculpture while the ribbon like form speaks of connection between the Perth CBD and this new area of re-development.
“BIG-O is one of the latest breathtaking multimedia installations of its kind in the world. Using world-class technology and breakthrough technical infrastructure, BIG-O is a show that fuses cutting edge technology with show creation while complementing the surrounding sea water lagoon with a permanent iconic structure, towering over the Expo Site. This installation has clearly broken new grounds in the events industry.”
“End of the Red Line is located at Alewife (MBTA station), in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Approximately 800 red neon tubes are suspended from a 320 feet (98 m) long section of the station ceiling, directly above the outbound train tracks. The tubes sway gently as the trains enter and dispatch.”
“Eight Interactive light sculptures (17'>33'tall), One 45' horizontal arc sculpture, dynamic lighting of 250' St Joseph's River cascades white water, 500' Jefferson Bridge with 4 arches, illumination of diSuvero's "Keeper of the Fire" sculpture.”