1. leuchtstation / electroluminescent rock

    Alpine art experiment by Anna Comiotto
    Video: Manuel Schüpfer

    Elektrolumineszenz, gemalt auf Fels (46.4°N 8.05°O)
    Fels, Flechte, Silberfarbe, Leuchtstoff, Dielektrikum, Leitlack, Kupferlackdraht, max. 100 Volt.

    Electroluminescence, painted on a rock (46.4°N 8.05°E)
    Rock, lichen, silver paint, phosphor, dielectric, conductive finish, copper wire, up to 100 volts.

    ***

    At 7552 feet above sea level,
    on a mountain range overlooking a glacier made up of 27 billion tons of ice,
    part of a lichen-covered boulder is transformed into electroluminescent matter.

    The video documents the rock's transformation in this wild, undisturbed no-man's land.

    Using a traditional color palette and brush, the painter applies silver paint, dielectric paint, excitable phosphor, and a conductive varnish to the rock's weathered surface.

    As the sun goes down she supplies electric energy to the paint layers.
    At dusk the rock begins to flicker, then flash.
    Finally, it emits a steady glow into the darkness.

    Electroluminescence becomes an active part of darkening nature -
    in a surprisingly natural way.

    ***

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    # vimeo.com/73528190 Uploaded
  2. //BLATTBLEIBE//
    Installation von Anna Comiotto, 2012.
    Ahornblatt, Parabolspiegel, Lichtquelle, Miniatur-Lüfter, Illusion.

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    # vimeo.com/59589048 Uploaded
  3. //EICHENLICHT// (bot. quercus electrolumina)
    von Anna Comiotto, 2013.
    Audio-reaktiv leuchtendes Eichenblatt mit Elektrolumineszenz und mikro-kontrolliertem Specht.

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    # vimeo.com/69976726 Uploaded
  4. //EICHENLICHT// (bot. quercus electrolumina) - Die Manufaktur
    Leuchtbotanische Manufaktur von Anna Comiotto, 2013.

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    # vimeo.com/69979438 Uploaded
  5. leuchtstation / electroluminescent rock

    Alpine art experiment by Anna Comiotto
    Video: Manuel Schüpfer

    Elektrolumineszenz, gemalt auf Fels (46.4°N 8.05°O)
    Fels, Flechte, Silberfarbe, Leuchtstoff, Dielektrikum, Leitlack, Kupferlackdraht, max. 100 Volt.

    Electroluminescence, painted on a rock (46.4°N 8.05°E)
    Rock, lichen, silver paint, phosphor, dielectric, conductive finish, copper wire, up to 100 volts.

    ***

    At 7552 feet above sea level,
    on a mountain range overlooking a glacier made up of 27 billion tons of ice,
    part of a lichen-covered boulder is transformed into electroluminescent matter.

    The video documents the rock's transformation in this wild, undisturbed no-man's land.

    Using a traditional color palette and brush, the painter applies silver paint, dielectric paint, excitable phosphor, and a conductive varnish to the rock's weathered surface.

    As the sun goes down she supplies electric energy to the paint layers.
    At dusk the rock begins to flicker, then flash.
    Finally, it emits a steady glow into the darkness.

    Electroluminescence becomes an active part of darkening nature -
    in a surprisingly natural way.

    ***

    annacomiotto.ch

    # vimeo.com/81810267 Uploaded

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