The Light Barrier series by studio Kimchi and Chips create volumetric drawings in the air using hundreds of calibrated video projections. These projects merge in a field of fog to create graphic objects that animate through physical space as they do in time.
The second edition of 483 lines revisits the non-imaging phenomena of analogue television, presenting two opposing scenes of 483 lines tensioned to 5000kg. The signal artefacts become a stream of visual mass within a panorama of moire.
A vertical flag of fabric is stroked by the wind, displaced by curves of air pressure, swinging back and forth.
A physical recollection of the analogue television format NTSC using physical lines and projection.
Kimchi and Chips create phantoms of light in the air, crossing millions of calibrated beams with their work Light Barrier, 2014.
An architectural web of threads spans a gallery space. Dynamic imaginary forms are articulated into physical volume by the material of this thread, and the semi-material of the light.
Busan 2012 (Permanent)
An emulsion of digital light within physical space. Creating a habitat for digital forms to exist in our world.
A conversation between a tree and people using 3D light patterns using the tree's leaves as voxels.
A playful space to keep and share stories.
A canvas where participants create paintings of light and ink.
Interactive memory box where you can build up your own memories using slides, which a projector responds to with light and animation.
Interactive installation featuring papercraft and electronic lights to narrate a story of experiences from London
Volumetric installation that uses projectors, materials and mathematical techniques to create digital 3D objects and motion graphics with real world depth and form.
Handbag design and interactive installation to launch a new season of accessories for the fashion brand Nica at the Pure London '09 exhibition
Early experiments with light and paper.