|February 13, 2014||to||February 21, 2014|
* MELBOURNE Federation Square
Constell-action by Polish installation artists panGenerator. Use your mobile phone to ignite light waves across an installation of 400 small lights at the Australian premiere of Constell-action, an interactive light installation
- 13 – 21 February 2014 8.30pm – 11.30pm
- Federation Square Melbourne
- Cost: Free
Australian premiere of Constell-action lights up Fed Square. Use your mobile phone to ignite light waves across an installation of 400 small lights at the Australian premiere of Constell-action, an interactive light installation at Fed Square from 13 – 21 February, 8.30pm – 11.30pm.
Constell-action is a dazzling display of blinking lights, by Polish new media artists panGenerator is made up of 400 small, light-sensitive tetrahedrons. Shine the light from a mobile phone on one tetrahedron and it will flash, which will then ignite nearby tetrahedrons creating a mesmerising light wave. Move the tetrahedrons around to form shapes and light up one or many.
The artists will be on site to guide the public each night.
Constell-action is commissioned by Fed Square’s Creative Program and is showing as part of Pause Fest 2014.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
panGenerator is an interdisciplinary new media design and art group based in Warsaw, Poland. Since 2010 they have been creating works of art and design that explore the new meanings of expression and interaction. They are blending bits, beats and atoms, providing truly innovative products, and engaging experiences for audiences. Their projects range from large scale interactive installations to novel musical interfaces and tiny wearable-tech objects. Apart from their creative endeavours, they’re involved in new media tech and art education, frequently hosting workshops on the subject.
Australian premiere | Interactive installation
Event: Constell-action by panGenerator (Poland)
Where: Fed Square
When: 13 – 21 February, 8.30pm – 11.30pm