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Complex Meshes by Miguel Chevalier

Design | July 28, 2016 |

Complex Meshes by Miguel ChevalierImage courtesy of Miguel Chevalier

Complex Meshes by Miguel Chevalier

On the occasion of Art Brussels 2016, Miguel Chevalier imagines for the second time, a site specific generative virtual-reality installation, Complex Meshes, displayed across 8 panels on the ceiling of a private loft in Brussels (Belgium).

 

Complex Meshes by Miguel ChevalierImage courtesy of Miguel Chevalier

 

A mesh is a three-dimensional object consisting of vertices, edges and faces which form polygons, used in 3D modeling or architecture. For this piece, the use of numerous wireframe meshes becomes an aesthetic in itself. Different colored weaving patterns composed of polygons overlap, evolve and transform slowly in real time. This huge virtual light curtain twists, moves and resizes to create diverse and complex shapes. The surface is deformed to generate the abstract landscapes of a living universe which is constantly evolving.

 

Complex Meshes by Miguel ChevalierImage courtesy of Miguel Chevalier

 

Complex Meshes” creates a magical atmosphere. It’s pixel skin becomes one with the 8 panels on the ceiling and gives off a radiant energy. Visitors are invited to sit on the sofas and raise their eyes to the ceiling. They are offered a kaleidoscopic experience which symbolizes the infinity of Nature and Creation and which transforms the ceiling into a universe of constellations.

 

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