Night Sky: Mercury & Venus

Angela Bulloch
June 17 – 19, 2010
Night Sky: Mercury & Venus, 2010
LED-installation, felt, aluminium profiles, cables
 
Angela Bulloch's Night Sky works rely on computer simulation algorithms to generate views of the universe from positions other than Earth. They belong to a body of works that is dealing with different kinds of visual representations of the Earth, our solar system and the universe. The concept of the Night Sky is based on a space travel simulation software called Celestia, which is used in planetariums. The lightning of the stars and planets is based on algorithms and commands that the artist programmed.
 
Photo © Art Basel Photography
Night Sky: Mercury & Venus, 2010
LED-installation, felt, aluminium profiles, cables
 
Angela Bulloch's Night Sky works rely on computer simulation algorithms to generate views of the universe from positions other than Earth. They belong to a body of works that is dealing with different kinds of visual representations of the Earth, our solar system and the universe. The concept of the Night Sky is based on a space travel simulation software called Celestia, which is used in planetariums. The lightning of the stars and planets is based on algorithms and commands that the artist programmed.
 
Photo © Art Basel Photography
Night Sky: Mercury & Venus, 2010
LED-installation, felt, aluminium profiles, cables
 
Angela Bulloch's Night Sky works rely on computer simulation algorithms to generate views of the universe from positions other than Earth. They belong to a body of works that is dealing with different kinds of visual representations of the Earth, our solar system and the universe. The concept of the Night Sky is based on a space travel simulation software called Celestia, which is used in planetariums. The lightning of the stars and planets is based on algorithms and commands that the artist programmed.
 
Photo © Art Basel Photography
Night Sky: Mercury & Venus, 2010
LED-installation, felt, aluminium profiles, cables
 
Angela Bulloch's Night Sky works rely on computer simulation algorithms to generate views of the universe from positions other than Earth. They belong to a body of works that is dealing with different kinds of visual representations of the Earth, our solar system and the universe. The concept of the Night Sky is based on a space travel simulation software called Celestia, which is used in planetariums. The lightning of the stars and planets is based on algorithms and commands that the artist programmed.
 
Photo © Art Basel Photography

Night Sky: Mercury & Venus

Angela Bulloch
Art Basel 41 Art Parcours, Basel M√ľnster
June 17 – 19, 2010
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