A site-specific kinetic sound sculpture made from 300 fine wires held together by two ropes and moved by gravity and the slow shifting of rotating arms connected to the four corners of the stringed tapestry from the building’s mezzanine.
The piece produces an audible interpretation of the first verse and four notes notes (do re, mi, fa) for the prayer ‘ut queant laxis’ or ‘hymn to St. John the Baptist’
as the collection of curved wires are rocked slowly.
The 40 meter long interior of a container ship in the centre of Frankfurt in Holbeinsteg becomes an interactive light and sound display. A glowing string structure is floating inside the steel hull and generates atmospheric sounds and images. With the help of digital LED light and sound the visitors experience this space as an interactive three-dimensional spatial composition.
The Intel Ultrabook 3D Tour is a German promotional campaign in launching the new Ultrabook. In collaboration with agency Visual Drugstore the event aims to uses a Multi Media Offroad Vehicle (MMOV) — a specially designed projection mapping vehicle — provide the best audio visual live experience to offer, free of charge to the public. The launch took place on April 28 at the Internationales Maritimes Museum in Hamburg and the upcoming tour will be in Stuttgart on June 2, 2012.
Photographer Ryan Hopkinson collaborated with Lightning + Kinglyface to create these indoor tornadoes delicately balancing the right artificial environment with the correct amount of rising smoke. Any slight wind changes in the studio or on the surface would knock the vortex and stop it from forming. In total they managed to create twenty tornadoes, each around 4ft in height all with their own personalities and weight.