Little revolutions for an old mill

LittleRevolutions

Swung Into Blue

LittleRevolutions2Little revolutions for an old mill  The viewers lie in a vat from the mill. A speaker hangs from a long cable and is set into a swinging motion as an atmospheric sound score passes back and forth just over the viewers body in the space hovering above.

Elaine Buckholtz’s work explores the medium of light as both an ephemeral phenomenon and as an intervention to unmask hidden aspects of architectural forms and landscapes. She is interested in poetic renderings that infuse space with image and light.

Floor Vahn’s sound installations traverse new media, engage with composition, gesture to sound/image mappings, synthesis techniques and collaborative improvisation.

The sound is at once luring then disquieting. There is a dim blue light cast in the wooden room and against the far wall a perforated disc of clean white light is spinning in a lulling motion producing a calming effect along the walls of the silo. As the speaker comes to a slowing halt, the next viewer enters the space and lies down to experience the audio-visual score.

The servants of light

ServantOfLight

ServantOfLight2The servants of light. Shadow & light, reflections in the Mill’s basement

Pamela Karlsson is an artist at the intersection of art, craft and design. She often works in glass.

 

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forgetting

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Wes Heiss is a visual artist and designer whose work explores humanities relationship with technology. He has worked as a farm hand, an auto body technician, a custom guitar builder, a freelance computer animator, a video editor and an architect.

‘I really like the notion that this piece is trying to get away from you and defies your attempt to see it clearly. One can only be present while it slowly and sweetly slips back into the blackness.’

Esprit Jouffret’s Theory about the 4th dimension

4thEsprit Jouffret’s Theory about the 4th dimension

David Kranz. Since 1987 I have researched and worked with the stereoscopic image.

Duchamp’s “Large Glass” is based, among many other things on a philosophical concept that goes back to Plato. Jouffrets theory explained metaphorically through shadows: In our three-dimensional world a shadow is two dimensional, so a shadow thrown by a figure from a four-dimensional world would be three dimensional in our world. “Everything that has a three-dimensional shape is a projection of our world from a four-dimensional world, and my bride, for example, is a three-dimensional projection of a four-dimensional bride. Okay. Since it’s in glass it’s flat, because my bride is a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional Bride, which also is a four-dimensional projection of the bride’s three-dimensional world. ”
Marcel Duchamp

(From my unpublished book on the subject)

Marks of Damascus

MarksOfDamascus

MarksOfDamascus2Marks of Damascus The work consists of twelve round solar-glass mirrors from 10-120 cm. Nine of the mirrors have holes and all the mirrors are printed with symbols in different colors. There are lights on the mirrors so that both light and shadow reflects into the mill.

Katja Kristensen Serber is an artist with a focus on both artwork and the interactive artistic process. She has exhibited in Denmark, Sweden, UAE and Syria.

Latitude Lamp

Latitude Lamp, a solar lamp made for 41 degrees latitude, can be configured in three variations with the solar panel facing south, its LED lights pointing in a range of directions at night and its multi-facetted surfaces changing with the sunlight throughout the day. By tilting the angle of the solar panel, the lamp can be adapted to any geographic location, assembled in various ways into screens, or blown up to inhabitable scale.

Nina Edwards Anker is an architect/designer living and working between New York City and Oslo. She is currently investigating light and perception in solar design for her PhD Research by Design project at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design.

Uplook

Uplook is a timed-based performance piece that upends the space and allows participants a studied and meditative view of the ceiling of The Kulturmollan. Using sound, light and a fractured narrative, the viewers are transported through the space on a reclined platform, with Benney serving as an absurdist tour guide.

Paul Benney is a performance artist who likes to move people.

Recollection

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recollection2Recollection You are sticking out the tongue at me and saying AAAAA

Paper-scissors-color. Shadow/ Light, memory/ trace: Spatial conceptions with narratives.

Ingela Bohm‘s work includes drawing, printing, text and sound.

 

The Red Mill

RedMill

RedMill2The Red Mill is a light sculpture on the outside of the building, visible at twilight and dusk. On the front side of the building the windows create a triangle of red light.

Elaine Buckholtz is an artist with a background in lighting design and light based installation. Her work explores the medium of light as both an ephemeral phenomenon and as an intervention to unmask hidden aspects of architectural forms found in urban settings and landscapes.

remembering

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Wes Heiss is a visual artist and designer whose work explores humanities relationship with technology.

This is an old technology that, because it’s so simple, never gets old. A collection of different transparencies can be moved over the surface to create a short looping animation with a 3D quality to it. It requires being active and in the present to see them.

Reveal

reveal

revealReveal is an art/product made in Brooklyn NY. The series creates the impression of sunlight streaming through a window and onto an interior wall. A light breeze appears to move through trees in the cast image.

Adam Frank is an artist and innovative product inventor. His body of work represents an ongoing investigation of perception, light and interactivity. This investigation naturally blurs the boundaries between fine art, toys and products for the home..

Bubblecube

soapbubble

soapbubble2Bubblecube is a small structure consisting of metal chain, thin rope resting in soapy water. When you pull the rope the design develops, and a geometric sculpture in soap arises. Bubblecube examines soap-bubble possibilities, and the refraction of light through a transparent material.

Lena Ignestam is an artist working with sculpture and installations, and also drawing and animation.

The knitter

The Knitter   The installation shows a woman who lives her life in the shadow of the man, yet holds all the small invisible threads. The installation occupies six rooms. Mirror and lighting give a sense of dizzying cliffs and depth.

Lars Eklöw is an artist, founder and owner of the Kulturmöllan in Lövestad, Skåne.

Millplace

millplace

millplace2Millplace is a collective cinema realized through the participation of the visitor-photographer.

Marek Walczak makes possibility spaces for people.

Martin Wattenberg‘s  work centers on the theme of making the invisible visible.

noplace is a project of Creative Capital