Material: Stainless steel pipe,Acrylic yarn,Computer-controlled LED lights
All the Christmas trees in this city are made of metal materials and light-and-shadow installation arts. With LED lighting programmed... Read More
All the Christmas trees in this city are made of metal materials and light-and-shadow installation arts. With LED lighting programmed effects, we want to create a fantastical and wonderful atmosphere. Watching fluorescence penetrating through all the woven totem creates an unlimited cutting space effect. This effect will lead people to relax and develop their infinite imagination.
Generally, most of the weaving artworks are exhibited inside museums because of the protection issue. This time our team tries to bring those delicate weaving artworks outdoor for our audience to have new experiences. By watching and touching the artworks, we hope the audience and creators can create their unique bond via those artworks. With this bond, the audience can feel the creators' ideas when their fingers or eyes going through all the artworks. On the other hand, when mending, creators can feel how people touch their artworks and how the shape changed. Through this two-way communication, the audience and creators can feel each other and bring this communication to the spiritual level.
In this project, there are 80 triangle structures in different shapes which make the process of constructing and weaving more difficult to complete. Also, when it comes to installing all the materials in squares, our team have to manage our time efficiently. We spend one night to complete the whole process and present it perfectly. In the meantime, we need to strengthen the fragility of yarn which can protect the artworks from visitors' touch. At daytime, these artworks can take advantage of sunlight to make different effects with shadow; at night, they can also present various light effects with light equipment. The control of the light program is the most important part here. To avoid light pollution, our team needs to check every setting lots of times and then show the complete artworks to our audience.