WHITEvoid for Vodafone IFA: 1500m² booth from September 5th – 10th
WHITEvoid is designing Vodafone‘s stand for this year’s IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin (September 5th – 10th). The main attraction of the 1500m2 presentation is a three-dimensional light sculpture that emulates the Vodafone network. This web of connections is reinterpreted in light with the help of 300 moving- and 400 static-light Kinetic Lights modules, as well as 150 dynamic LED strips which are set into the ground. In the center of the stand is a 360° stage with a foldable screen tower for the extensive entertainment program provided during the fair. The stand also offers an array of interactive areas which give the visitor the chance to create and be part the Vodafone brand and experience.
LICHTGRENZE – Light art installation for 25 years fall of the Berlin wall
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall: From the 7th – 9th of November the 15.3 kilometer frontier that once divided the city will be re-imagined in light by thousands of illuminated balloons, following the former route of the Berliner Mauer: the LICHTGRENZE (or border of lights). The brothers Christopher Bauder and Marc Bauderconceived the idea of the LICHTGRENZE in 2011, supported by the Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft e.V.and developed with the help of Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH.
WHITEvoid is responsible for the complete design of this years Vodafone stand at the CeBIT computer fair. This includes the interior architecture and integrated light sculpture. All areas of the stand are connected through the monumental network-like light installation composed of 450 static and 250 Kinetic Lights elements. This unexpected light experience makes the Vodafone stand a particular adventure into the world of telecommunications.
Paper Wave – The longest Kinetic Lights installation so far
CITROËN celebrates the 5th anniversary of its DS-Models and at the same time marks the 136th birthday of its founder Andre Citroën while also presenting its newest C4 Cactus model, along with the longest (65m) Kinetic Lights installation ever. The idea for the “The Paper Wave” installation comes from CITROËN and agency Lever de Rideau, its effective implementation from WHITEvoid designers and engineers.
Mendelssohn Effektorium – Conducting a virtual orchestra
The Mendelssohn Effektorium is a technically complex, but user-friendly and exceedingly fun installation in the Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Museum in Leipzig. The museum visitor finds himself in the role of a conductor. By swinging the conductor´s baton the visitor decides upon the tempo of a musical piece. One can also exclude instruments from the orchestra or change instrumentation and tonality to enjoy a very personalized version of Mendelssohn-Bartholdys work.
GRID @ Fête des Lumières 2013 light art festival in Lyon
Christopher Bauder and Robert Henke (aka Monolake) perform GRID a massive suspended kinetic light art piece at the Fête des Lumières light art festival in Lyon. The unique show at the Hotel de Region attracts more than 22.000 visitors in 4 days.
Car Exhibition and XXL Light Installation for L’Atelier Renault in Paris
WHITEvoid creates a spectacular exhibition for L´Atelier Renault on Champs-Élyséesin Paris. This is more than a car show and more than a light installation it is a place where life meets technology, color meets feeling, and all blend into unique experience. WHITEvoid designed both interior architecture and light art installation for the exhibition.
The new KINETIC LIGHTS website offers a wide range of steel and power wire DMX winches and light fixtures designed and developed by WHITEvoid. All KINETIC LIGHTS products can now be purchased or rented for permanent and temporary art, interior, stage, show and event lifting and lighting applications.
XXL KINETIC LIGHTS installation for Vodafone @ IFA BERLIN 2013
With 200 KINETIC LIGHTS winches and RGB spheres and a footprint of 30×20 meters this star shaped Kinetic Lights installation dominated the Vodafone stand at the international consumer electronics fair IFA in Berlin. A new firmware and software combination allowed for unparalleled pattern combinations and motion precision.