The Cellular Tessellation installation by Chris Knapp transforms Sydney, Australia's booming metropolis with light, music and ideas. The project opened for three weeks in May and June as part of Vivid Sydney, an event that celebrates the city's rich architectural history.
"Vivid Sydney paints the city as a veritable playground of cutting edge music and inspirational lectures with a series of spectacular light installations as its pinnacle."
The installations are scattered throughout the metropolis and Chris Knapp's piece is perhaps one of the most memorable of the event. Knapp is a professor and architectural researcher at Bond University who worked with colleague Jonathan Nelson and master’s degree student Michael Parsons to create this illuminated honeycomb structure that is powered with LED lights.
Chris Knapp's Cellular Tessellation Installation is Fuelled by Geometry
Jana Pijak — June 20, 2014 — Art & Design
References: patrickboland.au & frameweb