Dialogue in Transition, 2010

12 pieces light installation
EnBW-City, Stuttgart (D), competition

110 m (connecting passage ENBW building)

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.