Objekt V is a geometric sculpture presented at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. The illuminated art piece is designed by Urbanscreen, a Bremen-based creative studio that is known for their captivating and conceptual projects.
This unique project is meant to "portray the transformation of our contemporary image-scape" by referencing modern technologies that have made digital art more innovative than ever.
Object V was constructed using natural wood materials that were conceived with a 3D-printer machine. The geometric sculpture boasts complex, angular forms and resembles a constellation diagram when lit up within its darkened gallery space. The piece is illuminated with a projector that reveals a variety of backdrop scenes, varying in their opacity and size.
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