The project for the Orbit light festival was a collaboration with Hannes Anderson and Romy Kuldip Singh. The project is part of a story about Groningen in some future era, in this future we imagined that natural sunlight was blocked by some reason. For the people, to get sunlight in this era, special buildings have been created with an artificial sun inside. These buildings, or “temples”, were made by people who started to worship the sun.
So the “temple” we created, would need a shrine where one could kneel before the sun and receive its light. The fact that it was an artificial sun, it would need a power source as well. Due to its great importance we positioned the source in the center of the “temple”.
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10 TED Talks About Being Creative | Design Thinking:
Tim Brown gave an inspiring speech on creativity and play. How playing can stimulate creative thought. Made me think of ways to stimulate the challenges of “play” in my work.
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Niklas Roy: Pneumatic Computing – Flop or Future?:
Great example of using different processes for known systems. Make’s people think, whether they will understand it or not.
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Looking for the fun in creativity. The cat was sleeping, so my daughter and I made a few extra sets of eyes for the cat.
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During the same night of Art and Science I noticed a room with these lights. Great how light can be made fluid.
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Almost unreal how the organic elements have been cut off geometrically from each other. Divided by concrete it provides great tension between nature and culture.
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