Created for the Festival of Lights 2013, GRID by Christopher Bauder, an interaction designer and media artist based in Berlin, Germany, is a monumental kinetic light sculpture that will be dropping jaws left, right and center. Made up of glowing triangles, it looks like something straight out of the upcoming 'TRON: Uprising' film. What makes it particularly arresting is that it comes alive when accompanied by a choir singing 45 Concert Hostel God and electronic notes by Robert Henke.
Also changing a variety of neon colors, GRID by Christopher Bauder is made up of 50 triangles and 150 LEDs motorized bars. Suspended from the ceiling, it forms straight lines, diagonals and diamonds. GRID by Christopher Bauder is located in the heart of the Hôtel de Région Rhône-Alpes and was produced by Tetro.
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