Nature Concert Hall 2016 by DJA | ITSLIQUID

Nature Concert Hall 2016 by DJA

Art | July 20, 2016 |

Nature Concert Hall 2016Image courtesy of DJA

Nature Concert Hall 2016 by DJA

Nature Concert Hall 2016 is designed as an art installation made from 10 000 paper bats. Levitating cloud with gradient density over the musicians serves also as a screen for video and light projections. To achieve maximum lightness and levitation effect art installation is suspended in 3 paired electricity columns far away each from another.

 

Nature Concert Hall 2016Image courtesy of DJA

 

The volume of the cloud is referring to flocking bird and bat created dynamic geometries that can be found in nature. Black & white video and light projections, specially composed music are continuing the interpretation of dark world of the bat.

 

Nature Concert Hall 2016Image courtesy of DJA

 

Nature Concert Hall is multimedia nature – educational annual event that incorporates science, dramaturgy, music and art. Its aim is to bring attention to surrounding nature, to tell about daily unnoticed and invite to be careful. Nature Concert Hall 2016 took place at Luznava and Zalenieki manors, Latvia and its main character was Long-eared bat – Plecotus Auritus.

 

Nature Concert Hall 2016 by DJAImage courtesy of DJA

 

Nature Concert Hall 2016 by DJAImage courtesy of DJA

 

Nature Concert Hall 2016 by DJAImage courtesy of DJA

 

Nature Concert Hall 2016 by DJAImage courtesy of DJA

 

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