Posts Tagged ‘illuminated

02
Feb
12

Cuppetelli and Mendoza : ‘Nervous Structure’ (field) Series

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Made in collaboration by Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza.

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The Nervous Structure series consists of interactive installations that revolve around the idea of interface, interpreted as the point of contact between two different entities. The work consists of several such interfaces: between the viewer and the piece (a human/computer interface); between the real and the virtual (the physical structure and its relationship with the projected structure); between the foreground and background (as the projection interferes with its shadow). It consist of a soft structure made out of elastic or spandex and a projector that illuminates it with computer-generated graphics. Viewers interact with the piece by moving in the field of vision of a camera, which is connected to the computer; this motion is transformed by the software into forces that affect the projected lines…

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Cuppetelli and Mendoza : Website

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18
Jan
12

Magdalena Jetelová : Site-Specific Installations

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‘Iceland’ Series
Site-Specific Installation
Photograph
1992
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‘Iceland’ Series
Site-Specific Installation
Photograph
1992
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‘Iceland’ Series
Site-Specific Installation
Photograph
1992
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‘Crossing King’s Cross’ Series
Site-Specific Installation
Photograph
1996
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‘Crossing King’s Cross’ Series
Site-Specific Installation
Photograph
1996
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‘Crossing King’s Cross’ Series
Site-Specific Installation
Photograph
1996
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‘Crossing King’s Cross’ Series
Site-Specific Installation
Photograph
1996
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Jetelová works with concrete spaces. She exposes their suppressed history and stories and tries to rehabilitate their memory. In her lit installations she uses mainly lasers. Important aspects of her creations then become ephemeral, movement, constant change; all connected by different spaces and times. Ultimately the work exists only in the form of photographs and supplementary documentation.

Work with the landscape’s memory accents the changes created by man – using illuminated lines she exposes the one-time communications structure of the landscape (e.g. ‘Crossing King’s Cross’ where she uses lights to map out the future path of a train route) as well as natural changes (i.e. the ‘Iceland Project’ where she enlists lasers to draw attention to the undersea intercontinental divide). – [ArtList]

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Magdalena Jetelova : ArtList

Magdalena Jetelova : Website

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