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Reference projet pro. Verre. Curiosity cloud — Mischer'traxler. 'Curiosity cloud’ celebrates a moment in nature and plays on the interaction between humans and the natural world. Commissioned by Perrier-Jouët, the project was first presented in the Victoria and Albert Museum during London Design Festival 2015. The installation comprises 264 mouth-blown glass bulbs, hanging in a room. Each glass-globe contains a single, hand-fabricated insect that refers to an existing species found in nature. From a distance, the insects are quiet and calm. As visitors enter the darkened room and approach the installation, the bulbs close to the observers light up and the insects come to life. They start swirling around and flying inside the glass vessels, thus touching the glass and creating a soundscape. The glass bulbs allow the insects to appear alive, safe from the human’s touch, but still giving the possibility of interaction with the audience.

The glass-bulbs were designed in 3 specific sizes and especially produced by Lobmeyr for the installation. Adalberto Mecarelli - Oeuvres 1985. Adalberto Mecarelli. Axo Lights. Installation biennale de design (Belgique) — Troïka. Objets décoratifs de luxe- Cristal de Baccarat. James Turrel. Ivan Navarro | twin towers 2011. Anthony McCall: 5 Minutes of Pure Sculpture. 23 Apr Click to enlarge New York based artist Anthony McCall has been creating unique light installations since the 1970s with a 20-year break in between. Currently, McCall has a solo exhibit in Berlin at the Hamburger Bahnhof, titled Five Minutes of Pure Sculpture – his largest to date – showing light installations created since 2003.

His works are a combination of film, sculpture and drawing, though his more recent works are digital with complex forms created with the aid of computers. These light sculptures are ephemeral, yet seem tangible and physical. The projected beams of light — some vertical to the floor, others horizontal onto the walls — engulf the viewer in the slow-moving cones while animated lines, drawn in black and white, are projected into a haze-filled room, creating the sculptural forms. The choice of space sounds and looks perfect, too; the spacious former railway station has been converted into a black box filled with haze and light. 1024 - 1024 architecture / Creative Label / Art Installation / Video Mapping.