Tetro Presents Grid a Suspended Kinetic Light Installation in Lyon
For the french fête des lumières 2013, in lyon, tetro presented ‘grid’ at the hôtel de région rhône-alpes. the monumental kinetic light installation was designed by christopher bauder berliner, founder of whitevoid and robert henke. the structure is made from 150 bars of motorized suspended LEDs, forming a dynamic grid of 22m long. illuminating french architect christian de portzamparc’s building, floating triangles mesmerizingly move up and down, turn on and off according to the rhythm of music. a wavering, organic motion is achieved, completely washing the audience in baths of glowing bright colors.
A dynamic grid of 22m long was formed for the light installation ,view of the diamond shape grid structure ,the audiovisual performance baths the audience in an illuminated glow,the floating triangles move up and down according to the music.
Audience can lay down to experience the kinetic installation,150 bars of motorized suspended LEDs were suspended from the roof.
lighting design: christopher bauder / white void
electronic music: robert henke
bandmaster: franck-emmanuel comte
choirs: concert de l’hostel dieu
production: matthieu debay – tetro