Artworks and location-specific installations with laser and conventional light
Lucid Flux, Meditative light installation. TecArt festival Rotterdam, 2017
Laser-generated, moving 3D Lightforms hanging in the mist inside large transparent containers. Installation has a purpose to illustrate the fluidity of shape made of pure light.
Entropy Scroll, Interactive artwork for InScience Film Festival, Nijmegen 2015
Large (18 meters) artwork displaying color patterns, controlled real-time by a physical experiment in Australia, measuring quantum fluctuations in the electromagnetic field. Pixel-based artwork.
Ode to Space Conquerors, celebration of International Space Explorarion Day, Amsterdam 2015
Symbolic launching of light transmission into the space, pixel-based artwork.
Random Seeds, GOGBOT Festival, Enschede 2015
Multiple light surfaces are placed on the main city square , forming the grid of interconnected, ubiquitously present pixels, controlled from a single source. The source is the live stream of continuously measured random quantum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field in vacuum from Quantum Optics Lab of the Australian National University. Tapped random numbers are converted into the light patterns that feed the pixel grid, illuminating the square in an unpredictable way.
Translucent Supremacy, BLACK2 exhibition Amsterdam/Moscow 2015
Laser-generated artworks marking the 100th annivesary of Kazimir Malevich' s “Black Square”: Suprematic lightforms projectied onto multiple sufraces in a gallery space.