Allen, LJ and Smout, M (2012) Lunar Wood. [Design].
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Lunar Wood is a kinetic and interactive installation designed in response to the brief Japanese Style: Sustaining Design commissioned by the Ruthin Craft Centre, North Wales. The installation was produced following a week long residency and workshop in the Centre. The installation responds to methods of evaluation of space and materiality. It takes the form of a wooden landscape, inhabited by a family of devices that experience and react to their surroundings. They test and evaluate the landscape which is balanced in phase with the lunar and seasonal cycles. It’s equilibrium is disturbed and reset by bursts of air and the swinging movement of water which triggers the landscape to move in a rhythmic wave. The surface can be seen to resonate with the fluctuating and reciprocal push and pull of natural cycles.
|Dates:||2012-04-01 - 2012-06-01|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of the Built Environment > Bartlett School > Bartlett School of Architecture|
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