CIRCULAR is a small scale kinetic installation by the light artist Christopher Bauder.

The installation consists of three seemingly free floating light rings. The cosmic atmosphere of the slowly moving object and the delicate animations on the pixel led rings create a mesmerizing sight.
The piece was first shown in Paris in 2015, later on in Loule, Portugal and Berlin.

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CIRCULAR is a small scale kinetic installation by the light artist Christopher Bauder.

The installation consists of three seemingly free floating light rings. The cosmic atmosphere of the slowly moving object and the delicate animations on the pixel led rings create a mesmerizing sight.
The piece was first shown in Paris in 2015, later on in Loule, Portugal and Berlin.

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CIRCULAR is a small scale kinetic installation by the light artist Christopher Bauder.

The installation consists of three seemingly free floating light rings. The cosmic atmosphere of the slowly moving object and the delicate animations on the pixel led rings create a mesmerizing sight.
The piece was first shown in Paris in 2015, later on in Loule, Portugal and Berlin.

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CIRCULAR is a small scale kinetic installation by the light artist Christopher Bauder.

The installation consists of three seemingly free floating light rings. The cosmic atmosphere of the slowly moving object and the delicate animations on the pixel led rings create a mesmerizing sight.
The piece was first shown in Paris in 2015, later on in Loule, Portugal and Berlin.

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CIRCULAR is a small scale kinetic installation by the light artist Christopher Bauder.

The installation consists of three seemingly free floating light rings. The cosmic atmosphere of the slowly moving object and the delicate animations on the pixel led rings create a mesmerizing sight.
The piece was first shown in Paris in 2015, later on in Loule, Portugal and Berlin.

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CIRCULAR is a small scale kinetic installation by the light artist Christopher Bauder.

The installation consists of three seemingly free floating light rings. The cosmic atmosphere of the slowly moving object and the delicate animations on the pixel led rings create a mesmerizing sight.
The piece was first shown in Paris in 2015, later on in Loule, Portugal and Berlin.

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CIRCULAR is a small scale kinetic installation by the light artist Christopher Bauder.

The installation consists of three seemingly free floating light rings. The cosmic atmosphere of the slowly moving object and the delicate animations on the pixel led rings create a mesmerizing sight.
The piece was first shown in Paris in 2015, later on in Loule, Portugal and Berlin.

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SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

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SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

More Info → SKALAR

SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

More Info → SKALAR

SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

More Info → SKALAR

SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

More Info → SKALAR

SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

More Info → SKALAR

SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

More Info → SKALAR

SKALAR is an audio-visual installation by Christopher Bauder and the musician Kangding Ray and premiered at the CTM Festival in 2018.

This large-scale installation shown at Kraftwerk "explores the impact of light and sound human perception" (WHITEvoid Berlin).

195 precisely controlled motors were used to choreograph 65 mirror discs reflecting a large array of solid light beams to create floating structures in space.

More Info → SKALAR