Geodesic art installation explores themes of particle physics

Istanbul-based Ouchhh created AVA, a geodesic surface installation that serves as a convex screen for physics-inspired moving images. The stark black-and-white pulsing forms look especially impressive with one lone spectator in silhouette against AVA.

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The main inspiration comes from monumental experimentations which focused on particle physics. AVA’s design originate from the Buckminster Fuller’s iconic dome structure. It has 360 traceable area from the exterior surface of the dome. Cosmic rays reinterpreted within the concept of AVA and the first version of the performance screened at Paris. AVA is a Commissioned Artwork and designed as a portable installation which can be transportable and positionable at any place.
AVA V2: Particle Physics Scientific Installation (Vimeo via TEDxCERN)
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