tetro presents a new kinetic sculpture created by the scale collective
‘flux’ is a new light installation designed by the scale collective, which evolves smoothly to the rhythm of the music. the kinetic project is composed of several dynamic lines of light, which twist and turn to form a “living” robotic sculpture. Tetro presented the project at the Constellations Festival, an international digital art event, which will be live until September 4, 2021 in the city of Metz, France.
all images courtesy of tetro
designed by the scale collective, ‘flux’ is a kinetic light installation that progresses in real time. describing complex twists and turns, the object made up of 48 dynamic lines of light evolves smoothly with the music. the formal multiplication of these lines coupled with micro variations in phase, time delay, speed and amplitude, allows the sculpting of a living object navigating between poetic states or frenetic rhythms of rotation.
with ‘flux’, the scale collective continues to explore new fields of artistic intervention. in its previous work, scale regularly confronted organic, naturalistic, primary architectural structures with new technologies and dynamic light. after having tamed light as the main medium, the collective explores the world of movement, kinetics and robotics.
created by: collective scale
presented by: tetro
acquired and co-produced by: large east region
exposed to: metz constellations festival
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edited by: myrto katsikopoulou | design boom