Creative Inspiration

Since the discussion of several themes such as light, time and the infinite ,a few art exhibitions spring to mind. Firstly, Yayoi Kusamas Infinity Room. A mirrored maze giving the illusion of an infinite space whilst being lit with hundreds of LED lights hanging from the ceiling.

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Another Exhibition Installation by Japanese watch company Citizen ‘Light is Time’.

80,000 watch plates were suspended mid air and illuminated from above.

La Triennale di Milano,2014.

CITIZEN has created an impressive installation at La Triennale di Milano as part of Milan Salone :: Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects:

This impressive Projected 360 installtion Immerses viewers in a breathtaking virtual Universe. ‘Nimbes’ by Audiovisual artist Joanie Lemercier. this was created using photography, CGI, laser scans and projection mapping. The piece takes the audience on a 15 minute journey around the Cosmos (another key word in a group project), displaying constellations, landscapes and more.

Society for Arts and Technology’s Satosphere in Montreal. 2014

Using Natural Sunlight ADAM BELT  created A Religious Experience (Installation) 2012 using Plywood, Sunlight, and Fog Machine 20ft x 10ft x 20ft Three windows were covered with plywood in the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library in La Jolla. Holes were drilled in the plywood for the stars of the Milky Way. The sun shone through and haze from a fog machine manifested the resulting rays of light.

ADAM BELT  A Religious Experience (Installation) 2012 Plywood, Sunlight, and Fog Machine 20ft x 10ft x 20ft  Three windows were covered with plywood in the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library in La Jolla. Holes were drilled in the plywood for the stars of the Milky Way. The sun shone through and haze from a fog machine manifested the resulting rays of light.:

 

3 thoughts on “Words – Try not to think”

  1. -Watch Dust in the Sun:
    Image
    Copy
    Reproduction
    Representation
    Fragment
    Trace
    Origin
    Original
    Consequence
    Shadow
    Reflection
    Simulation
    Fiction
    Reality
    Perception
    Light
    Space
    Cosmos
    Frequency
    Celestial
    Time
    Now
    Ephemeral
    Absence
    Creation
    Destruction
    Eternal Return
    Phenomenology
    Cyclical
    Trajectory

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  2. Ideas extended by put up with a chatterbox – the same thing happens at different times of fluctuation

    Divergent thinking
    Born
    Colorful
    Expectative
    Mysterious
    Non stop
    Volatility
    Saliva
    Tongue
    Bear
    Panic
    Prevent
    Round
    Rays of light
    Open
    Fly
    Fairy
    Scene
    Nail
    Night
    Talk

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  3. My words for “imagine your imminent death”:

    End
    Rot
    Dust
    Fade
    Poem
    Ember
    Freeze
    Mourn
    Regret
    Release
    Secrets
    Isolated
    Collapse
    Montage
    Darkness
    Permanent
    Depression
    Reality or illusion

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2 thoughts on “Creative Inspiration

  1. Great research Izzy! They’re all great. I especially like the last one using sunlight. It reminds me of some of the ideas we discussed about making something that demanded a much bigger durational commitment from the viewer in order to experience the work. Something like observing the movement of sunlight through different carefully located apertures in a room.
    All the images you picked really capture the kind of aesthetic I think we all had in mind. Take a look at this work by Thilo Frank.. https://vimeo.com/71410275
    If only we could make this in such a way that you couldn’t see your own reflection!

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  2. Thanks Eddie. The Thilo Frank work looks fantastic. Beautifully inspiring and also seems to capture the ideas we all talked about. We could research invisibility and your idea of pre-filming with the use of mirrors, to create the illusion of invisibility. There have been some advances in science to create an invisibility cloak illusion as well as ‘cloaking’ using lenses and mirrors.
    Here are a few ideas and experiments:

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