Imagine an outsize parasol planted in an African village. By day, it offers shelter from the sun: by night, it sheds light for the local community using the energy collected in solar cells embedded in its canopy. It's clever, it explores a new role for textiles, and it shows concern for the planet. In short: an eco-friendly solution to a pernicious modern problem.
Prototype designed and fabricated by Loop.pH 2008.
First exhibited at MoMA 2008.
Listed in category: Interaction
Performance as part of "Klang Raum Geist", St. Fidelis, Stuttgart, Germany.
Sound and light join to create new forms, all the time. Moving light scluptures improvised by Kurt Laurenz Theinert and his unique »visual piano«. Tobias Wittmann creates innovative concert programs in collaboration with other art forms.
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Listed in category: Audiovisual