July 14, 2006
BUBBLES by Robotecture
A new open-air interactive installation at Materials & Applications called "bubbles" will soon spring to life. This site-specific installation will also represent the first large-scale interactive installation of its kind.
Ideologically, the installation builds upon the legacy of the late-sixties counter-cultural "immaterial" architecture and art installations of the Utopie group, who were inspired in their time by Guy Debord and the Situationists. Now the technology of our times has caught up with the goals of this airy socio-political revolution.
Bubbles is a collaborative effort of the offices of Foxlin, NonDesigns and Axel Kilian.
Posted by mad architect at 8:46 AM