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The Void: A simulation of the Big Bang by Tundra

Published Dec 10, 2013

Artistic collective Tundra created this impressive 360-degree audiovisual installation that simulates the Big Bang.

“The room is fitted with sensors, so if you move too much, talk, or even if your phone rings, the projection goes black. You wait a few moments. And the video starts all over again.

Emptiness, as an initial state, is where everything can occur. So we were trying to create a little personal big bang to every visitor.”

More art installations via Fast Company

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