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Yellow Splitch


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Title: Yellow Splitch
Creator: Widerberg, Richard
Issue Date: 12-Nov-2011
Published in: Bazarbron, Gothenburg, 12 November - 12 December 2011
2008 Fête des Lumières, Lyon, France
2009 Flow Festival, Helsinki, Finland
Publication type: artistic work
Keywords: installation
spatial
architecture
public space
sound
light
environment
ambience
Summary: Yellow Splitch is an installation for public spaces, featuring an intricate and life-like interaction between visual and sonic elements.
Supported by: Fri konst och Kultur Göteborgs stad Konsthögskolan Valand
Description of project: Yellow Splitch is an installation for public spaces that was set up on Bazarbron in central Gothenburg in the fall 2011. The installation features intricate and life-like interaction between visual and sonic elements. The visual element consists of thousands of plastic cups suspended in the air and filled with a fluorescent solution. The liquid in the cups is illuminated with black light, and perceived as glowing dots. Loudspeakers situated across the space convey a constantly evolving soundscap... more
Type of work: Installation
Description: Richard Widerberg as part of the Gothenburg based artist group Dånk! together with the french architecture group Metipolis.
Link to web site: http://www.daonk.org/works/
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/28436
Appears in Collections:Artistic Works from Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts / Konstnärliga arbeten från Konstnärliga fakulteten
Artistic Works / Konstnärliga arbeten Konsthögskolan Valand (-jun 2012)

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