ALEXANDER PONOMAREV

База

Объект «База» реализован во время работы художника по приглашению Министерства культуры Франции в ателье Кольдера в городе Саше. Девятиметровая горизонтальная труба, заполненная водой, образует тоннель для движения черной подводной лодки, которая, двигаясь по принципу троллейбуса, улавливается в крайних точках специальным устройством. Приподнимаясь над водой, на пропеллерах лодка поворачивается в обратную сторону и подобно хамелеону изменяет свою окраску, превращаясь в разноцветную и красивую. После погружения в воду лодка опять чернеет и стремительно продолжает движение

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Base

Object “Base” was realized during the artist’s work at the invitation of the Ministry of Culture of France in the atelier Colder in the city of Sachet. A nine-meter horizontal pipe, filled with water, forms a tunnel for the movement of a black submarine, which, moving according to the principle of a trolleybus, is caught at the extreme points by a special device. Rising above the water, on the propellers, the boat turns in the opposite direction and, like a chameleon, changes its color, turning into a multi-colored and beautiful one. After immersion in the water, the boat turns black again and continues to move rapidly

LEO VILLAREAL

레오 비야 레알
ЛЕВ ВИЛЬЯРРЕАЛ
Zylinder
In dieser funkelnden Installation mit dem Titel Volume nahm der Künstler Leo Villareal eine Handvoll funkelnder Sterne und brachte sie auf die Erde. Das zylinderförmige Teil hing an der Decke und enthielt mehr als 20.000 LED-Leuchten aus reflektierendem, hochglanzpoliertem Edelstahl, die einen dreidimensionalen Raum schufen, in dem Licht lebendig werden konnte. Die Beleuchtungsmuster, gesteuert durch Villareals Software-Code-Design, Bewegen Sie sich in verschiedenen Geschwindigkeiten, Ein- und Ausschaltzyklen und Wellen von Helligkeit und Dunkelheit. Einem Rezensenten zufolge ist „das Stück ein schillerndes Tongedicht, das den Betrachter in einen tiefen, abstrakten Raum zieht, während es die zeitliche und visuelle Wahrnehmung verzerrt.“ Villareal ist kein Anfänger, wenn es um erstaunliche Lichtskulpturen geht. Schauen Sie sich diesen 200 Fuß langen Lichtshow-Tunnel an, den er auf dem Concourse-Gehweg der Ost- und Westgebäude in der National Gallery of Art installiert hat. Der Raum zwischen Villareals Installationen und seinem Publikum ist ein wichtiger Faktor, da die Zuschauer mit den Lichtern verflochten sind, die ringsum pulsieren.

REJANE CANTONI & LEONARDO CRESCENTI

Tunnel
“Tunnel” è una scultura cinetica, immersiva e interattiva, composta da 92 portici disordinati a seconda della posizione e della massa corporea dell’interattore. Molti utenti possono entrare e interagire contemporaneamente con la macchina. Gli interattori agiscono sulla macchina in base alla loro posizione e al loro peso. Un esempio di interazione è: entri nel “Tunnel” e ti trovi vicino a una delle pareti laterali. In questo caso, la posizione relativa e la forza gravitazionale del tuo corpo provocano variazioni dell’altezza del suolo. Il terreno è inclinato fino a 5 °, i relativi portali ruotano gradualmente nella direzione e nell’angolo corrispondenti, che propaga movimenti ondulatori per tutta l’installazione. All’osservatore esterno, il movimento interno o il tuo spostamento rispetto all’installazione produce effetti ottici cinetici.

LUCID CREATES

Futures
Futures nutzt die optischen Täuschungen von Licht, Ton und Spiegeln, um das Publikum an einen Ort zu bringen, an dem gute Dinge geschehen sind und die Zukunft, die wir wollen, jetzt existiert. Futures ist ein immersiver Raum, in dem das Publikum Illusionen erlebt, die alles offenbaren können, von der Verarbeitung von Raum und Zeit bis zur Wahrnehmung des Bewusstseins. Es ist eine modulare Lichtinstallation, die verschiedene Formen annimmt. Es wird hier als Gehweg aus Spiegeln und Lichtern gezeigt, die nach innen zu einem Fluchtpunkt tunneln.

YANG Minha

Accumulation The LED light tunnel expresses the accumulation of time. The composition of the frames concretes continuity and shows the locational context. “Accumulation” has six sequences and each movie has the original theme like “Rise”, “Flow”, Accumulation”, “Dimension”, “Light” and “Overlap”.

Schweigman & en Cocky Eek

Spectrum
How intensely can you experience colour? Colour as a phenomenon which you don’t just see, but which totally absorbs… Spectrum is a spatial installation that makes colour tactile and tangible.
Fall backwards into a black hole and reawaken in an infinite spectrum. An immersive experience which will give you a whole new perspective on the coloured cycles of our everyday light. Following Blaas and Curve, Spectrum completes a triptych centred on white space, each piece created with spatial designer Cocky Eek in collabaration with Schweigman&. In Blaas you crawl through an inflatable balloon; in Curve you enter an endlessly spiralling tunnel. Spectrum starts by asking: how can we make the colour physically tangible?

Lucid Creates

Futures
Futures uses the optical illusions created by light, sound and mirrors to transport audiences to a place where good things have happened and the future we want exists now. Futures is an immersive space in which audiences experience illusions that can reveal everything from how they process space and time to their perception of consciousness. It is a modular light installation that takes a number of forms. It is shown here as a walkway of mirrors and lights, tunnelling inwards towards a vanishing point.

Guillaume Marmin

Licht, mehr Licht!
“Licht, mehr Licht!”, or “Light, more light!” in English, were the great German author and scientific thinker Goethe’s dying words. The installation, created and developed by French visual artist Guillaume Marmin, echoes near-death experiences, whose survivors describe a tunnel of light opening up beyond the darkness. Marmin’s works give form to the intangible, unveiling the beauty of the unseen and the mathematical foundations of reality.

kite & laslett

Orbit
Orbit is a kinetic light installation designed for a former railway tunnel. A series of rotors of increasing diameter and speed are positioned along the 80m space, projecting laser beams into the void. Their orbiting constellation targets towards a circular plane at the end of the tunnel.

REJANE CANTONI & LEONARDO CRESCENTI

Tunnel
File Festival
“Tunnel” is a kinetic, immersive and interactive sculpture, composed of 92 porticos that become disordered in function of the position and body mass of the interactor. Numerous users can simultaneously enter and interact with the machine. Interactors agency the machine via their position and weight. An example of interaction is: you go into the “Tunnel” and stand by one of the side walls. In this case, the relative position and the gravitational force of your body provoke variations of floor height. The floor inclines up to 5º, the associated porticos progressively rotate in the corresponding direction and angle, and this propagates ondulatory movements throughout the entire installation. For the outside observer, the internal movement or your displacement in relation to the installation produces kinetic optic effects.

olafur eliasson

Seeing spheres
Each of olafur eliasson’s seeing spheres supports a flat, circular mirrored face, framed by a ring of LED lights, which is oriented inward to reflect the mirrored faces of the surrounding spheres. Together they produce a surprising environment of multilayered, reflected spaces in which the same people and settings appear again and again, visible from various unexpected angles. Tunnel-like sets of nested reflections open up in the mirrors, repeating countless times and disappearing into the distance.

Rachel Lawson

Tunnelvision
Rachel is a Kiwi graphic designer with a Bachelor of Design from Monash University, Melbourne. Currently living in London and working at WRB Design and The Stylist Group.

NUMEN/FOR USE

Tube Innsbruck
Le collectif d’artistes Numen/For Use, dont nous avions déjà parlé avec leur structure organique gigantesque installée dans le Palais de Tokyo, viennent de réaliser une nouvelle installation monumentale et immersive dans la galerie autrichienne Architektur Forum. Cette immense structure en corde baptisée simplement Tube propose aux visiteurs de déambuler à travers les tunnels tortueux de l’installation, découvrant l’architecture des lieux sous différents angles et perspectives tout en flottant à plusieurs mètres au dessus du sol…

REJANE CANTONI & LEONARDO CRESCENTI

Túnel
«Tunnel» est une sculpture cinétique, immersive et interactive, composée de 92 portiques qui se désordonnent en fonction de la position et de la masse corporelle de l’interacteur. De nombreux utilisateurs peuvent simultanément entrer et interagir avec la machine. Les interacteurs agissent sur la machine par leur position et leur poids. Un exemple d’interaction est: vous entrez dans le «Tunnel» et vous vous tenez près de l’un des murs latéraux. Dans ce cas, la position relative et la force gravitationnelle de votre corps provoquent des variations de hauteur du sol. Le sol s’incline jusqu’à 5 °, les portiques associés tournent progressivement dans la direction et l’angle correspondants, ce qui propage des mouvements ondulatoires dans toute l’installation. Pour l’observateur extérieur, le mouvement interne ou votre déplacement par rapport à l’installation produit des effets optiques cinétiques.

Rachel Lawson

tunnelvision

NANCY HOLT

Sun Tunnel
Sun Tunnels consists of four massive concrete tunnels, each eighteen feet long and nine feet in diameter, laid out in the desert in an open X configuration. On the solstices, the tunnels frame the sun as it passes the horizon at sunrise and sunset. In the top of each tunnel, Holt drilled small holes to form the constellations of Draco, Perseus, Columba, and Capricorn. These holes, and the tunnels themselves, act as frames or lenses through which the visitor can view the surrounding sky and landscape of the Great Basin Desert.

Maurice Benayoun

Морис Бенаюн
莫里斯·贝纳永
COLORS TUNNEL
Just Dig/It

Tobias Putrih

Re-projection: Hoosac

Influenced by the utopian projects — and notable failures — of innovative artists and designers such as Buckminster Fuller, Frederick Kiesler, and Charles Eames, Tobias Putrih likens his works to experiments, or design prototypes. His use of cheap materials, including egg crates, cardboard, and plywood signify both a sense of potential and impending collapse. Many of the artist’s works reference the architecture and spectacle of the cinema: a space suspended between fantasy and reality, image and environment. With Re-projection: Hoosac Putrih distills the cinema to its most basic element: fishing line stretched across the gallery mimics the conical trajectory of a beam of light. A spotlight hits the strands of monofilament which in turn become a screen, reflecting an image in illuminated dots. Inspired by the Hoosac Tunnel just east of North Adams — a storied, engineering marvel that draws ghost-hunters to the area — Putrih’s tunnel is, likewise, both real and a representation, an optical trick that invites both wonder and investigation.

Monika Sosnowska

מוניקה סוסנובסקה
Tower
“Tower” ist kein schlechter Beitrag zum Genre. Sein drehmomentstarker Tunnelrahmen, der die starren Linien von Mies ‘Architektur den Drehungen und Wendungen unterwirft, die mit Richard Serra oder Vladimir Tatlin verbunden sind, zwingt zu einer genauen Beobachtung aus mehreren Blickwinkeln. Der Blick von seinen offenen, sich entwirrenden Enden ist besonders effektiv und führt zu einer Art Schwindel. Währenddessen sorgt Frau Sosnowskas Liebe zum Detail – sie hat Fenstergriffe eingebaut, obwohl kein Glas vorhanden ist – dafür, dass die Lyrik der skulpturalen Form dies nicht tut völlig ablenken vom unangenehmen Schauspiel eines umgestürzten Wohngebäudes. Das Verhältnis dieser monumentalen Skulptur zum Galerieraum ist jedoch etwas Seltsames; „Tower“ erinnert an die Träger oben und sitzt ehrerbietig in einer Ecke des riesigen Raums. Er verweist Sie bescheiden auf die umgebende Architektur, anstatt seine eigene Ästhetik der zerstörten Moderne zur Schau zu stellen.

Marcel Kronenburg

Railway tunnel

Rejane Cantoni & Leonardo Crescenti

TUNNEL

SHAUN KARDINAL

Tunnel Vision

THOMAS HIRSCHHORN

トーマス·ヒルシュホルン
תומס הירשהורן
托马斯·赫塞豪恩
Made in Tunnel of Politics

JAMES CASEBERE

Bologna Tunnel

PATRICK RENNER

Funnel Tunnel

PHOEBE WASHBURN

tunnel

RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER

Рафаэль Лозано-Хеммер
拉斐尔·洛萨诺 – 亨默
ラファエル·ロサノ=ヘメル
라파엘 로자노
רפאל לוזאנו, המר
voice tunnel

ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS

زها حديد
扎哈·哈迪德
זאהה חדיד
ザハ·ハディド
Заха Хадид
Liquid Glacial Table
Entitled ‘Liquid Glacial,’ the series’ four pieces each resemble plates of moving ice, complete with legs akin to furrowing tunnels of water, draining down from the surface. Crafted from a new-fangled acrylic resin in Italy, each table is smooth to the touch in spite of its illusionary rippled appearance.

NEUROACTIVITY AND COMPLEX BEHAVIOUR

Nature gives us a lot of examples of complex behavior emerging from the interaction of many individuals. The members of an ant colony are capable of a wide variety of complex behaviors: finding and transporting food, constructing elaborate underground complexes of tunnels and chambers, defending their territory from invaders.

OLAFUR ELIASSON

オラファー·エリアソン
اولافور الياسون
奥拉维尔·埃利亚松
אולאפור אליאסון
Олафур Элиассон
One Way Colour Tunnel

NABANA NO SATO

tunnel (the island of Nagashima in Kuwana)

IRWIN ALLEN

The time tunnel