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GRID: Audiovisual Installation by WHITEvoid & Monolake

Published Jan 20, 2014

Created by artist Christopher Bauder (WHITEVoid) and music composer Robert Henke (Monolake), “GRID” is an audiovisual live show combining kinetic movement, light animation and electronic live music.

“50 motorized suspended LED-rod triangles form a massive dynamic GRID. Live generated sound connects directly to light animations and triggers spacial movements. Every sound and each bit of music composed by Robert Henke correlates with a visual impulse and spacial alteration of the mechatronic display.

GRID had its premiere at the opening ceremony for the new Basel trade fair building by Herzog and de Meuron in April 2013. GRID will be performed live at various events afterwards in various constellations of up to 120 triangular units in a 30×15 meter arrangement. This makes GRID the largest Kinetic Lights installation so far.”

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