zondag 27 april 2014

Projection mapping turns 400FT gas tank into light show

Bron; www.inavateonthenet.net

Bremen-based projection mapping collective Urbanscreen has completed its latest project inside a 400ft oil and gas cylinder overlooking the Rhine river in Germany. The 112-metre high Gasometer Oberhausen is now used as an art space, and this project is part of 'The Appearance of Beauty' exhibition.
Urbanscreen blended 21 Epson projectors to provide 320-degrees of light onto a surface area of 20,000 square metres, to create the project called 320° Licht.

The show also features audio specially designed to fit this incredible and unique space.
320° Licht runs on a 22-minute loop, and is part of the exhibition ‘The Appearance of Beauty’ at The Gasometer Oberhausen, which runs until 30 December 2014.

Experience 320°Licht by URBANSCREEN, part of the exhibition "The Appearance of Beauty" at Gasometer Oberhausen. The large-scale projection installation features 21 powerful projectors streaming mind-bending graphic patterns on over 20,000 square meters of space in Oberhausen, Germany's massive gasometer. The installation is among the world's largest and technically most sophisticated interior projections. 

Part of a new series from The Creators Project exploring how technology is providing new canvases for artists, allowing new methods of creation. See more: 


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