Within the context of a multidimensional philosophical symbolic of infinite logistics or a zero cycle, the large scale installation's space generates a comprehensive reflection and thus awareness of self and community - a spiritual technology to integrate the spiritual with the material and emphasise on environmental sustainability thus create a perspective change in consciousness to reflect further on the context of consumption, transportation, supply, recycling, ect. Palettes are tools for transportation of goods, which define the American paradigm of consumption and trucking transport. The artworks stand for a recyclable infinite circulation logistics and a world where consumption is dependant on fuel and trucking.
The artworks design stems from the distinct principle of concrete art and minimalism, whereas it's work subject lies in the geometric creation of order, comprising the reduction to the maximum to attain 'aesthetic and contextual essence' - dealing with matters of attachment, detachment and temporariness of existence in time/public space. As time is proportional to matters decay, this monumental Installation artwork shall reflect on and respond through its essence to the concept of temporality and duration in time while also occupying the architectural space in a significant way.
A geometric tunnel within Black Rock City. A meeting place to to gather, walk through, sit inside, share moments and a stop-over location on the way within the City as a transitionzone in between. The gradient coloured parts do not only camouflage into the Playa surrounding skies creating a large scale and monumental appearance on site.
The visual aesthetics of this large sale art installation is minimalistic, reduced to the max and therefore impactful within the surreal desert environment on the playa. The transition zone tunnel is open for direct interaction with the audience since it can be walked through. The location of the transition zone tunnel within Black Rock City can serve as a spot for other artists to collaborate with their art or music on site.
a tiny- house Village made of minimalistic colourful houses named Burnville within Black Rock City to gather. A meeting place to share moments together and a stop-over location on the way within the City as a transition zone. The Neon coloured walls do not only place color background into the Playa but also serve as chalk walls to write on message of the day for the bypassing Burners.
Burnville location within Black Rock City and it’s tiny-houses is open for direct interaction with the audience since the installation is primarily a place to gather and sit. Burnville is built out of pure US-Palettes with outer wall coating made of thin coloured wood-panels. The visual and aesthetic impact of the several houses is minimalistic, reduced to the max and therefore impactful within the surreal desert environment on the playa. Burnville is a place of transition within Black Rock City can serve as a spot for communication and collaborate with everybody.
an architectural large scale art installation made built out of pure US-Palettes. Torre or the palette tower serves as a shelter and meeting place to gather, share moments and a stop-over location on the way within the City as a transitionzone in between. Torre is built out of approximately 2000 pure US-Palettes.
The visual and aesthetic impact of the brutalistic and minimal design is reduced to the max and therefore utmost impactful within the surreal desert environment on the playa. People can meet, gather at and sit inside Torre and the location serves as a meeting place to share moments together or as a stop-over location on the way within the City it can serve as a spot for other artists to collaborate with their art or music on site.
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