The walk-in lighting installation LINEAR CIRCUIT III allows visitors to experience the phenomenon of light in space and time! Vertical and rotating motions of the 10 computer-controlled light sources distributed throughout the room create diversely fascinating levels and patterns of light.
Visitors can move freely through the room and constantly discover new visual aspects. A thread is spun between abstract objects and individual associations. One’s own perception, "gut feeling", and the installation’s infinite possibilities come to the fore. For although of a technical nature, the installation radiates a certain organic calm. It is an invitation to engage in fascinating plays of light and their associated atmospheric moods. This arrangement of light, material, mechanics and electronics continues the tradition of minimalism into the present: There are no superordinate ideas to be found in these kinetic objects. Typical for such minimalist installations, is their reduction to the simple and clear, mostly geometric basic structures, which find their extension in serial repetition. The result is a fusion of perception, fascination and meditation.
Early affinity to light and the third dimension. Studied experimental interior design with Heiner Blum (HfG/Of). Studio and light laboratory in Hanau. Portfolio: From small delicate light objects to room-sized installations.
Digital youth, craft training, artistic work in Wales, studied and worked a great deal. Learned something everywhere. Currently interested in transmitting the real to the digital and the digital to the real.
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