Light installation for the Grelle Forelle night club.
In December 2011, Grelle Forelle opened its doors at the Danube canal and quickly turned into one of Vienna's hippest electronic night clubs featuring internationally renowned artists every weekend.
We were asked to create a visual concept for the club which stands out from the numerous other night clubs which mostly rely on video projection set ups. The light installation is made up of different light types in each room.
The installation in the Kitchen counts 288 custom-built cold cathode tube lights in RGB and white, each 50cm long. Four of these tube lights make up one cluster onto which a RGBA pixel is mapped. The clusters are randomly arranged on the ceiling. The Kitchen is furnished with a wallpaper by Italian artist collective Carnovsky which is printed in CMY colors and interacts with RGB light. Depending on the stimulus, a different layer is made visible and images are revealed.
The software for the installation in the Main Floor and in the Kitchen which translates generative images into DMX-control signals was written specifically for this installation.The whole project was conceptualized and put into practice within less than 8 weeks.
Audio Track: Karma from Karma by Antonio De Angelis (Affin)
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