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The installations present a semi-material mode of existence, materializing objects from light. Light Barrier Third Edition is a new installment in this series that exploits the confusion and non-conformities at the boundary between materials and non-materials, reality and illusion, and existence and absence.
▼光屏全貌，an overview of the light barrier
The 6-minute sequence employs the motif of the circle to travel through themes of birth, death, and rebirth, helping shift the audience into the new mode of existence. The artists use the circle often in their works to evoke the fundamentals of materials and the external connection between life and death.
▼圆形承载了生命与死亡的主题，the circle is used to evoke the connection between life and death
The artists are interested in how impressionist painters were inspired by the introduction of photography to create ‘viewer-less images’. The installation allows images to arise from the canvas, creating painting outside of perspective. It is a direct approach to the artists’ theme of “drawing in the air”.
▼艺术家利用光在空中作画，the artists draw in the air with light
In this edition, 8 architectural video projectors are split into 630 sub-projectors using a structure of concave mirrors designed by artificial nature. Each mirror and its backing structure are computationally generated to create a group that collaborates to form the single image in the air. By accurately calibrating each of the 16,000,000 pixels individually, light beams can be merged in the haze to draw in the air. 40 channels of audio are then used to build a sound field that helps to solidify the projected phenomena in the audience’s mind.
▼投影装置被凹透镜结构分裂为630个小投影器，the video projectors are split into 630 sub-projectors using a structure of concave mirrors
光屏第三版本由光州的亚洲文化中心委托设计，其制作工艺通过Kimchi and Chips为空间校准设备创建的开源图形工具Rulr得以实现。
The third edition of Light Barrier was commissioned by the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju. The technology is enabled by Rulr, an open source graphical toolkit for calibrating spatial devices, created by Kimchi and Chips.
Commissioned: Asian Cultural Centre, Gwangju
Engineering: Chung Youngjae, Studio Sungshin
Sound design: Junghoon Pi
Videography: Kimchi and Chips
Chinese text: gooood editor C.Wu
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