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László Zsolt Bordos

Object mapping & Light-Frames | 2018

The artworks of László Zsolt Bordos are dealing with the power of light and shadow to modulate space. The artworks are a mix of light sculptures and object mapping. Today, it is possible to set up complex projections that make it difficult for viewers to perceive the boundary between real and virtual phenomena. Projections always have a tangible, physical component (an object or a building), onto which the virtual content carried by light is projected.

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Interference | 2017

Jürgen Eichler deals with three-dimensional coloured light structures in space. They reflect special properties of light that are rarely used in light art: coherence and interference. These three-dimensional images of light are made possible by the technique of holography. In the works, holographic elements with their spectrally pure colours are combined with coloured graphic material. In front and behind of the graphic float delicate structures or three-dimensional images in space, which change with the movement of the observer.

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Artificial Sunshine

My work uses neon light to map peoples’ stories, histories and lives. Using a technique of long-exposure photography, I capture the persons’ movements on camera using lights attached to them. The resulting images of distorted, staccato beams of light moving through space are then translated into unique, site-specific neon installations. The movement of my camera allows for a form of accidental drawing with lines of light. I then deconstruct and visualize these lines in three-dimensions using

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For this year’s Luminale, the internationally renowned installation artist Ingo Bracke transformed the Liebfrauen Church into a virtual masterwork of art with intoxicating beauty. Otherwise a place of silence in Frankfurt’s bustling city centre, Bracke’s performance immersed visitors in a perfectly balanced interplay of light, colour and music. – Ingo Bracke describes his cross-media work as a “light opera”, which follows an elaborate

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Hinrich Gross’ works are mostly site specific and related to a location. The ceiling height defines the whole installation, it determines the size of the squares which are projected onto the floor and displayed on the bulkhead. A new order shapes the sense of spaciousness. Due to the illusionistic continuation of the vertical room the passable space expands, in the perception of the visitor, in an encompassing way. As soon as the beholder enters the installation this perception becomes a picture puzzle. Nevertheless, the bubble does

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Invisible Dimensions | 2016
From the mid-90s Carlo Bernardini’s research has turned to the idea of space not as abstract formulation but as vital reality. Working with a unique system of fiber optics, Bernardini creates a shifting, illusory network of illuminated lines that traverse the space. Viewers’ processes of perception are challenged and overturned as they enter the created environment, experiencing it from within and without. This is a form of creativity

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A configuration of fluorescent tubes, fixed to the walls of the room, were programmed to be dimmed and switched on and off according to a prescribed program. This art work will give form to philosophical …

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A sense of connection | 2016
Following a philosophical debate, the massive glass plates are speaking. Their clear language enables the words light and shadow, light and dark, positive and negative, good and evil, earthly and spiritually to get in touch. The mutual symbol in both elements shaping an object together is the circle and its centre, a symbolic language leading back to the origins of the human cultural language and signs. I am –

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L‘oiseau | 2017
The high reliefs of Klaus Geldmacher are concerts of light. His technical design principle and apparently has no substantive motivation, it is abstract like music, rather creates moods, atmospheres. But every geometrical figure could be traced back to nature, as the painting of Paul Cézanne had done in the opposite direction. Klaus Geldmacher takes the light in order to describe the function of light, it provides life. Besides, the element of light further facets the utilized materials and sheds light on the room, which would not succeed only

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SPIDRON MAPPING is an art installation based on the concept of László Zsolt Bordos. It uses stereoscopic 3d animation, sound and video projection mapped onto a geometric shape called the Spidron. The SPIDRON is a complex geometric shape invented by the Hungarian designer Dániel Erdély. The heavy sound was created and mixed by Darko Kolar aka Dekode. Using 3d mapping techniques, Bordos enhanced his abstract 3d

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