ELECTRIC MOONS FOR THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF PLOT MAGAZINE
ELECTRIC MOONS presented during the 10th anniversary of PLOT magazine is an immersive kinetic installation that celebrates the power of light and lightness in the magnificent settings of St. Maria Church in Stuttgart, Germany. The large-scale art piece is a new colour version of Christopher Bauder’s first large-scale installations, this time specially constructed for the imposing church environment — a setting where an interplay of light and space has been a foundational experience for centuries.
The weightless light balloons of ELECTRIC MOONS are moving precisely and effortlessly in the centre of the deemed church, synchronised with minimal music and surrounded by the mesmerised audience. For this project, the creative direction of WHITEvoid was wholly supported by the technical expertise and latest products of Kinetic Lights — a new advanced version of their helium-filled Balloon adjusted to a precise ground-based network of winches.
SKALAR – Art Installation and Performance at Kraftwerk Berlin
SKALAR – REFLECTIONS ON LIGHT AND SOUND
SKALAR is a large-scale art installation that explores the complex impact of light and sound on human perception. Light artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray give an audio-visual narration of radiant light vector drawings and multi-dimensional sound inside the pitch-dark industrial space of Kraftwerk Berlin. By combining a vast array of kinetic mirrors, perfectly synchronized moving lights and a sophisticated multi-channel sound system, SKALAR reflects on the fundamental nature and essence of basic human emotions. With its titular Turmoil theme, CTM Festival 2018 sets the perfect environment to launch the artistic venture of SKALAR.
ART EXHIBITION: 27.01. – 25.02.2018
6 LIVE PERFORMANCES: 04.02.2018 + 24.02.2018 + 25.02.2018
Produced by: WHITEvoid | KRAFTWERK Berlin | CTM Festival
Supported by: KINETIC LIGHTS | ROBE | AUDI
Press Release / Pressemitteilung
Media Kit SKALAR
Categories: architecture & spaces, art & technology, kinetic, lighting, news, performance
Tags: Christopher Bauder, ctm festival, kangding ray, kinetic lights, kraftwerk berlin, skalar
STALACTITE – Art Light Installation at Bright Brussels Festival 2018
STALACTITE is the monumental art light installation created by light artist Christopher Bauder and musician Boris Divider. The immense structure composed of 360 light fixtures resembles a inverted pyramid network. It floats in the space and invites spectators to free their minds and enter the meditative world of STALACTITE. The layers of light create pulsating light animations generating complex shapes and light patterns which are directly synchronized with the electronic score.
The structure oats above the public. It invites the spectators to enter the meditative audio-visual world. The visitors gather beneath STALACTITE and become part of the installation. The sequential, minimalist and progressive audio-visual journey that STALACTITE takes people on, runs continuously in a loop so each visitor can enter or exit at any time.
Produced by: WHITEvoid / TETRO + A
Supported by: KINETIC LIGHTS
Photo by Ralph Larmann
CIRCULAR light art installation on TOUR
WHITEvoid presents CIRCULAR, a kinetic light art installation, created by Christopher Bauder, at LUZA Light Festival in Portugal and LOST Artfestival in Berlin.
WHITEvoid for ZHANG Yimou’s 2047 APOLOGUE in Beijing
A gigantic kinetic installation “Weaving Machine” was created by WHITEvoid with KINETIC LIGHTS winch system for an epic 2047 Apologue stage performance directed by ZHANG Yimou and produced by L!VE Kingway at the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing.
WHITEvoid for Vodafone @ CeBIT 2017 in Hanover
WHITEvoid designed the trade fair stand and exterior area for Vodafone’s appearance at CeBIT 2017 in Hanover.
A multiple-stories high and topics diversified architecture integrates the monumental three-dimensional light installation composed of 360 light elements with individually controllable single pixels. The light animations indicated the dynamics of the Vodafone brand and symbolized flashing, luminous and abstract communication network.
Photos by Christopher Bauder / Nils Günther
DEEP WEB @ the Festival of Lights in Lyon 8-10 December 2016
WHITEvoid and TETRO+A present the DEEP WEB kinetic audiovisual installation and performance by Christopher BAUDER and Robert HENKE at the Festival of Lights (Fête des Lumières) in Lyon. The high precision motor winch systems with real time feedback and the main control software are provided by Kinetic Lights. High-end laser system manufacturer LaserAnimation Sollinger provided the technical expertise and development for this very specific spatial laser setup.
08 -10 December 2016 / 20.00 – midnight
@ Hôtel de Région Auvergne – Rhone Alpes, Lyon
WHITEvoid for Miele @ Milan Design Week 2016
WHITEvoid designs and realizes THE INVISIBLE KITCHEN installation for Miele at the heart of Milan in Zona Tortona for the Design Week 2016. Exhibition takes visitors on an exciting journey to the kitchen of the future: networked and convenient, providing inconceivable cooking and culinary experiences.
WHITEvoid for Vodafone @ CEBIT 2016 – March 14th – 18th
WHITEvoid designs Vodafone‘s complete stand with a complex multiple-stories high and topics diversified architecture with integrated light installation for this year’s CeBIT fair in Hanover (March 14th – 18th).
Photo by Ralph Larmann
DEEP WEB – kinetic audiovisual installation and performance
DEEP WEB is a monumental immersive audiovisual installation created by light artist Christopher Bauder and audiovisual composer Robert Henke. Presented in enormous pitch dark indoor spaces, DEEP WEB plunges the audience into a ballet of iridescent kinetic light and surround sound. The work was presented as a preview at CTM 2016 Festival in collaboration with Kraftwerk Berlin and will be followed by its original presentation at the Festival of Lights Lyon in December 2016 in cooperation with local producer Tetro.
High-end laser system manufacturer LaserAnimation Sollinger provided the technical expertise and development for this very specific spatial laser setup, while the motor winch systems and main control software are developed by WHITEvoid and Kinetic Lights.
All images by Ralph Larmann