Installation concept at Black Lake Park.
The object is located along the central axis of the park & can be seen from the main entrance of the park.
Round rotunda with tubes suspended inside, dichroic glass partitions and motion sensors that trigger a light "wave".
Tubes suspended inside the rotunda are moved by wind and interaction with people. They are suspended at different heights so that visitors of all ages can interact with them.
As they move, the tubes make sounds and motion sensors signal the LEDs to light up. When they hit the tube, they create a "wave" of light on the ceiling of the rotunda. The more tubes involved, the more people interacting with them, the more active and brighter the "wave" of light.
The frame of the rotunda consists of 12 partitions and metal hoops. The partitions and ceiling are made of tempered glass with dichroic film.
Under the influence of a light source, this transparent film creates a dichroic color effect, changing its color when viewed from different angles, allowing you to create a unique, constantly changing color of surfaces. Thus, the object changes its illumination both during the day (due to the film) and at night (due to the LEDs).
In the center of the ceiling of the rotunda there is a round hole, under which there is a round bench.
While inside, you can play with your pipes, watch the rainbow light from the ceiling, or just look up at the sky.
Kazan | 2021