Skyspace Twilight Epiphany, Houston
Visual wonder: a roof that seems to float
When sunlight and LED light interact
Skyspace Twilight Epiphany, Houston, USA
The American artist James Turrell produces unconventional installations that combine space and light in surprising, inspiring and occasionally perplexing ways. In his Skyspace Twilight Epiphany he explores the interplay between sunlight and LED light. All made possible thanks to our individually programmed light sources. On the roof of the audio lab at Rice University in Houston they interact at dusk with the remaining daylight and the sounds composed by the music students.
Your Black Horizon, Lopud
Interplay: an installation with a lasting impression
Olafur Eliasson and feno play with physical phenomena
Your Black Horizon, Lopud, Croatia
The Danish-Icelandic light artist Olafur Eliasson loves playing with physical phenomena. For the 2005 biennial he designed an artistic horizon of light in a windowless pavilion – with constantly changing light. Our smart controller creates, adapts and stores lighting scenes that mimic the natural changes of daylight. When visitors leave the pavilion the beam of artificial light remains on the retina for a few seconds, creating a “black horizon”.
Light Transport, Zug
Multicolor perspective effect
Intense colors, fascinating technology
Light Transport, Zug, Switzerland
A dynamic light installation by James Turrell envelopes the interior and exterior facades of the station building in fluid light. Implemented with our control concept and specially developed software. The colors were defined, visualized and assembled in a seamless choreographic arrangement on site by feno together with the artist. The rhythmic transitions between the various intense colors reinforce the spatial depth and perspective of the building.