ruins and nature remodeled into immersive digital visuals
japanese born and berlin-based artist ryoichi kurokawa works with 3D data of architecture, ruins, and nature to supply immersive, mind-bending VR installations, recordings, and live performance items. amongst his varied digitally-generated works —which have been exhibited the world over at worldwide festivals and museums together with tate fashionable, centre pompidou, and venice biennale— ‘s.asmbli / subassemblies’ pursues the connection between nature and the human-made by way of a perspective of architectural scale. the undertaking was introduced within the type of a live performance piece at biennale némo in paris, in october 2021, whereas it has additionally been exhibited as an set up wall on the OCT-LOFT artistic competition of shenzhen, in 2020.
all photos courtesy of ryoichi kurokawa
weaving a brand new digital, architectural timeline
in ‘s.asmbli / subassemblies’, ryoichi kurokawa (discover extra right here) particularly explores the connection between nature and the human, translating his findings into multimedia installations that undertake an architectural character. the primary sources of this undertaking are 3D data acquired by laser scanning of human-made architecture, ruins, and nature. these are then distorted and reconstructed into every module as subassemblies to create a renewed timeline with layers of order and dysfunction, whereas exposing the power of nature and artwork. ruins, nature-invaded buildings, and architectures in disrepair are superimposed, rebuilt dynamically, and rendered in multi-layered depths.
the live performance model of ‘subassemblies’ consists of a single display screen, encompass lighting, and a 4.1ch sound system. in the meantime, the ‘re-assembli’ set up model is developed by re-plotting supplies and constructing them into area with 4 encompass screens and 4.1ch sound. ‘s.asmbli’ is developed instead rendering within the type of a VR 360º piece and ‘s.asmbli [ wall ]’ is one other immersive dice projection with quadraphonic set up.