The tennis ball movement in the game, although fast and impressed with strength, is perceived as a floating movement - which happens due to the ball being apparently always in the air. In this installation, a suspended circle made of 914 tennis balls, hanging from thin transparent wires attached to individually-controlled stepper motors and
floating through mathematical calculated movements, reproduces that insight of the game, and creates a visual form that smoothly moves interacting with the visitors perception of the space.
more infos at kmkg.org
check also our other entry "in between"
[idea and concept kmkg.org / Text by Fernanda Reis]
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