Force Field, London
Force Field is the dynamic light installation I created with my students for the Gallery space Phase 2 in London.
The work was developed in collaboration with Arup staff and with students from the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam. The installation consists of 64 inter-dependent luminous rods forming a wave of changing colour. The installation mimics the forces and energies that flow through a building and acts like a magnetic field. A sensor allows the visitor to change the colour or to scan an Oyster card to create a personalised light show. The result is a compelling walk-through environment of inspring you with 16 million colour variations.
Project Facts & Credits
- Project Name: Forcefield
- Location: London, United Kingdom
- Surface Area: 200 square meter (2,000 sqft)
- Project Budget: £ 25,000
- Opening Ceremony: 2010
- Client: Phase 2 Gallery
- Curator: Jennifer Greitschus
- plywood floor with carpet
- Philips Lumileds RGB LED’s
- Frosted lexan tubes
- Solid aluminum end pieces and rods
- e:cue lighting control system