Paris-based 1024architecture’s ‘Tesseract’ is a light installation that reinterprets the mathematical concept of the cube with a series of moving lights that create new geometrical shapes within a large cubic structure.
For the installation the artists use common scaffolding structures to build a cube. The external faces of the cube are covered with translucent fabric. Inside, a number of robotic lights are attached to the main structure in arrays.
“This set up allows the creation of complex geometrical compositions, in which angles, depth, and movement create shapes in the air.” says 1024architecture. “The swift movements of the robotic lights produce and deconstruct volumes in the air.”
Tesseract Project will be presented at the Submarine base of Bordeaux, France from October 15th to 18th, 2014.