Project Distortion

The Project Distortions result - the D151ORT pavilion - is an intriguing installation designed exclusively for the Copenhagen Distortion festival. The sensational pavilion (a collaboration between students in New York and Copenhagen) mixes light, sound, space and infinitely altered reflections into a fantastical reality. Gold foil cones reflect an explosion of noise and color to create an ever changing experience, which is a must see found in a new location every night of this year’s festival. pavilion is an intriguing installation designed exclusively for the Copenhagen Distortion festival. The sensational pavilion (a collaboration between students in New York and Copenhagen) mixes light, sound, space and infinitely altered reflections into a fantastical reality. Gold foil cones reflect an explosion of noise and color to create an ever changing experience, which is a must see found in a new location every night of this year’s festival.

Collaborators:
CITA (Martin Tamke, Brady Peters, physics based model by Anders Holden Deleuran)
Department8 (Niels Andersen, Ali Tabatabai)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) New York (Reese Campbell , Demetrios Comodromos )

The project is a international collaboration between students from the Architecture, Experiment and Technology master course at Department 8, Royal School of Architecture led by Niels Andersen and Ali Tabatabai and CITA (the Centre for IT and Architecture) at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture, and Rensaeller Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in New York.

The project is supported by Kunstfonden, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture and Akkustikmiljø of Sweden - producer of the Fibrefloat Accoustic panels.
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