I am proud to have been a member of the Foster + Partners lighting team that created this installation. As the informal project lead, I was responsible for the concept, prototype, and implementation of the installation, which was constructed from recycled Eaglecell and influenced by Phil Collins’ “Dance into the light”. It included a captivating reflective, spinning light display that enticed visitors to take a closer look. The addition of two restored guitar pedals at the base of the structure triggered a variety of colors and animations. Additionally, the outer shell served as a communal canvas, where individuals could draw using UV reactive markers. As the project lead, I was responsible for the concept, prototype, and implementation of the installation. Rako controls provided support for the rotating motor, strobe light system, and guitar pedal controls.
The images with watermarks are credited to Gavriil Papadiotis, a professional photographer whose portfolio can be found on his website at www.gavriilux.com.