- Art in public space
- Electronic environments
- Video sculptures
- Light objects
- Expanded photography
- Video tapes
- Performative context
12 pieces light installation
EnBW-City, Stuttgart (D), competition
110 m (connecting passage ENBW building); light sticks: 28 x 11 x 8cm each
12 painted steel casings, 12 light sticks, each equipped with 128 elliptic LED's, 12 circuit boards with microprocessor, flash memory, light sensors, power supplies
The computerised light installation Dialogue in Transition employs the transitory character of the 110-meter-long “netwalk” of the EnBW building in Stuttgart, which connects all parts of the complex. Twelve 35 cm-high light sticks with white LEDs are mounted to the wall at eye level. For the moving observers, words and graphic icons seem to float for a brief moment in front of the wall and in the space. The terms and imagery originate from a data pool comprising thousands of entries on the topics “humans” and “energy”.
The work was one of the four selected as part of a competition, commissioned and realized in 2010. The other selected works were by Michael Bielicky, Jeppe Hein and Mischa Kuball.