18 January 2013

Alexander Lysov



Alexander Lysov has created along last year some interesting blinking light installations. The one in the first video into the post happened at ARTPLAY, ICA Moscow in the exhibition 'On the fresh air', the installation is an experiment with minimal interruption in the exhibition space. A hidden controller added in the lighting system which generates failures and disturbances in the electrical network. Work becomes visible only in moments of failure, other times it does not actually exist in the space of the exhibition. This installation continues the Alexander Lysov's research into accidents, randomness and errors. See more;

⧊, 2012




⎮, 2012

The second experiment with luminescent light consist in a lamp programmed to change blinking frequency randomly in 3-5 second period.




≣, 2012

It is an arduino-controlled light sculpture. Groups of lamps changing frequency of blinking randomly. 




≚, 2012

Video projection on metal foil. Inspired by aurora polaris.



See also this previous work/post of Alexander Lysov.