Go Inside NONOTAK’s Mesmerizing New Space-Dissolving Light Installation “Parallels”

by • March 24, 2015 • ArtComments (0)3056

Parallels is a brand new audio visual installation by Takami Nakamoto and Noemi Schipfer of NONOTAK, commissioned by STRP. Like in all their installations Parallels explores light as a material, but this time the space as a whole becomes their screen. The boundaries and notion of space, become abstract as the audience crosses the room, but in doing so, the audience also affects the space by breaking the light. This installation is strongly connected to the space in which it takes place; it lives within it. But as soon as the light hits the walls that define the space it reaches its limits and stops reproducing itself. The installation is also inspired by Anthony Mccall’s exploration of light and space.

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