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Erwin Redl : Light Installations (LEDs)

“completely abstract and without content, but the light is so intense and the forms so archetypal that it becomes a mirror for people to project their feelings onto.” Erwin Redl

Fade I, 2004
Computer-Controlled LED Installation
95′(H) x 50′(W) x 50′(D)
Eglise Sainte-Marie Madeleine

Fade I, 2004
Computer-Controlled LED Installation
95′(H) x 50′(W) x 50′(D)
Eglise Sainte-Marie Madeleine

Fade I, 2004
Computer-Controlled LED Installation
95′(H) x 50′(W) x 50′(D)
Eglise Sainte-Marie Madeleine

Matrix XV, 2007
LED Installation with Fiber-Optics
10’ (H) x 42’ (W) x 58’ (D) (Variable)
Ace Gallery Beverly Hills

Line Fade, 2009,
Computer-Controlled LED Installation
Dayton, Wright State University

The Austrian-born Redl is known for his computer-controlled, large-size light installations incorporating light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and optic fibers. Using the abstract visual language of virtual reality, his light installations transform architectural spaces into intense corporeal experiences. Before his work with LEDs, Redl created digital environments on the computer. Seeking a way to immerse the audience in a digital environment, Redl discovered use of LED lights in the large installation format became an environment of its own, a landscape of points on a grid. Light is his medium. [Extract : Wright State University]

Erwin Redl : Ace Gallery

Erwin Redl : Line Fade




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