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ENERGY FIELD
GS Caltex Pavilion

World Expo 2012
Yeosu, South Korea

Immersive Walkable Interactive Light Environment
World's Biggest Walkable 3D Matrix Display
Programmed in VVVV

The GS Caltex pavilion is presented as a immersive light ensemble which, at first glance, is reminiscent of an outsized rice field. 380 fiber blades sway like grass in the wind with a height of 18 metres (59 feet). Touching activates individual sensitive blades and illuminates them. A centrally located star-shaped, mirrored pavilion building is optically withdrawn in its entirety. Via raised corners of the star, the visitor can gain access to the also mirrored entrance area on the ground floor. The centre of the pavilion is on the upper floor; a seven-metre-high round room with panoramic projection. Poetic images in a reduced black-and-white aesthetic convey the company’s readiness to assume responsibility with regard to sustainable energy concepts. (Text: Atelier Brückner)

A Project of TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH for ATELIER BRÜCKNER GmbH

Creative Lead/Director: Marc Tamschick, Uwe Brückner
Project Management: Claudia Baumgartner

atelier-brueckner.de
tamschick.com

VVVV Artist: Philipp Rahlenbeck
(Interaction Design, 3D Simulation, Software Development)

multitouchberlin.com

In collaboration with:

Peopleworks Promotion, South Korea
Knippers Helbig, Germany
ALTO, South Korea
Medienprojekt p2, Germany
ITC, Germany
Kimchi & Chips, South Korea

Music by ‘The Field - From Here We Go Sublime’ (Kompakt)

Copyright: tamschick.com

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