hyper matrix vertical kinetic landscapes by jonpasang
sep 02, 2012
hyper matrix vertical kinetic landscapes by jonpasang

‘hyper-matrix’ vertical kinetic landscapes by jonpasang

seoul-based media arts collective jonpasang has creater ‘hyper-matrix’ a kinetic vertical landscape installation for the hyundai motor group
exhibition pavilion
in korea. the exhibition comprises of thousands of 30x30cm cubes, which make up the internal facade of the building.
a steel foundation was developed to support the integrated stepping motors that control each individual volume.

the collection of lightweight blocks extrude through the face of the structure, creating a virtually infinite series of configurations. as the pixels
sweep through the room, sounds evoke a grand sense of interaction between the audience and surrounding space. as wave patterns ripple
across the interior environment, additional digital mapping effects cover the surface to visually enhance the dimensionality of the performance.

hyper-matrix installation

detail of the cubes

view from behind the installation

integrated stepping motors that control cube movement

projectors for the installation

via creative applications

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