On FERMENT by Christine Sciulli

We met at the Center for International Light Art in Unna, where Christine Sciulli currently presents her site-specific installation FERMENT for the exhibition program HYPERsculptures, open to the public from November 2022 to April 2023. She is one of the participating artists along with Squidsoup, Julius Stahl, Philip Vermeulen, and Giny Vos. After descending 10 Meters into the Center for International Light Art, we enter the dark vaulted exhibition space which FERMENT inhabits. The ambiguous cloud before us seems to be a living organism.

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Christine Sciulli: Meandering Light

_ The Concrete Art of American artist Christine Sciulli plays with the geometries of light. Its attraction and its poetics are due to Sciulli’s outstanding sense for complex visual arrangements. Her present series of large-scale, site-specific interventions display animated white circles projected onto arbitrary surfaces. This allows the white animation lines to meander between the visible and non-visible, leading to an enchanting visual experience.

On “Submergence” by Squidsoup

The installation “Submergence” by the transdisciplinary collective Squidsoup is set up at the Center for International Light Art in Unna (Germany). The artists are known for large-scale, digital objects and environments, and “Submergence” is one of their signature works. It is part of the current exhibition program “HYPERsculptures” on display from November 2022 to April 2023 with artwork by Christine Sciulli, Julius Stahl, Philip Vermeulen, and Giny Vos. “We’ve loved the subterranean vaults at Unna ever since first visiting around 2015

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Bettina Pelz: Statt Leinwand: Staub, Stoff, Kubaturen

_ Vom 22. bis 24. März 2018 fand in Köln die erste Edition des internationalen Licht Kunst Projektes COLLUMINA statt. Über den Stadtraum verteilt waren 18 Kunstwerke zu sehen, die alle Licht als Bildmedium und eine Vielzahl von Materialien wie Staub, Glas, Gewebe oder Kubaturen als Bildanzeigen einsetzten. Die Initiative ging vom Haus der Stiftungen aus, die Projektleitung lag bei Ralf Seippel.

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