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Expanded space marzo 31, 2010

Posted by christian saucedo in Large scale projections.
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Tipo. Proyección a gran escala – reactiva

Autor de la pieza. Mader Stublic Wiermann [Holger Mader, Alexander Stublic, Heike Wiermann]

Edificio. DONG power station

Ciudad. Copenhague

País. Dinamarca

Año. 2009

Web. http://www.webblick.de

Imágenes. http://www.webblick.de

Video. http://vimeo.com/9123254

Vía. http://www.visitcopenhagen.com/content/press/latest_news/art_lights_up_copenhagen

Descripción

expanded space [espacio expandido] fue una proyección a gran escala obra del colectivo alemán Mader Stublic Wiermann y promovido porla compañía DONG Energy.

Utilizando 8 videoproyectores de largo alcance y 2 más con características mobiles, esta instalación expuesta en diciembre de 2009 durante los días que enmarcaron la Cumbre de la ONU sobre el Cambio Climático con sede en la capital Danesa, fue capas de formar su discurso visual en relación a las condiciones de viento que afectaban las torres hidroeléctricas en la central energética DONG.

Description

expanded space comprises 8 video projectors, set up by Avedøreværket and 2 mobile projectors, which will move around Avedøre Holme. The installation is interactively linked with the wind forces on site.

expanded space has been created by the artist and architect group Mader Stublic Wiermann in collaboration with DONG Energy and Hvidovre municipality as part of the LYSLYD (LIGHTSOUND) project.

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Imagine landing in Copenhagen Airport getting greeted by a 145 metre tall screen showing spectacular installations…

During the UN Climate Summit 2009 travellers to and from Copenhagen will be met with a sensational sight. A 145 metre tall screen at the DONG Energy Power Station is showing spectacular light and video installations, projections which light up the dark hours.

The project is called Expanded Space and the projections will not only throw light on the power station, but will also create an extraordinary image of the energy of the future. It’s the German artist and architect group Mader Stublic Wiermann who will challenge the power station’s distinctive architectural profile by presenting the area through light and video projections on the facade of the power station. The fiction created by the projections is united with reality, when they move in time with the movement of the wind. Not only the force of the wind, but also the urban space is drawn in when customized vans drive around the area equipped with mobile projectors.

Highlights the Danish energy and climate issues

One of the artists behind Expanded Space, Alexander Stublic says:

Our work is always site specific, so we therefore decided to concentrate on Avedøre Holme’s dominant characteristics, which are energy production and transportation. Expanded Space creates a new visible layer using the power station and the customized vans, which will drive around distributing the layer into the area. Another point of interaction is how wind movement influences the installation. The installation adds a virtual layer to the city space, which in turn influences the actual circumstances on site.

We are proud that Mader Stublic Wiermann chose Avedøreværket as the background for the projected artwork. It helps to highlight the Danish strongholds on energy and climate issues, both from the air, from the sea and on land. Highly efficient and flexible power plants, together with wind power and the latest technologies, help us move into a future of cleaner energy without CO2, says Anders Eldrup, CEO of DONG Energy.

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