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Monika kim

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Berlin 1988 by designers, scientists, artists and technicians. interactive projects in the digital media. 



BMW museum, Munich

The Kinetic Sculpture is a metaphorical translation of the process of form-finding in art and design.

714 metal spheres, hanging from thin steel wires attached to individually-controlled stepper motors and covering the area of six square meters, animate a seven minute long mechatronic narrative. In the beginning, moving chaotically, then evolving to several competing forms that eventually resolve to the finished object, the Kinetic Sculpture creates an artistic visualisation of the process of form-finding in different variations.





For the World Expo Shanghai 2010.

The installation opens the “Physical Mobility” section in the Life & Sunshine Pavilion, which is dedicated to the concerns of handicapped people. Over a surface area of 250 square metres, the German medical technology manufacturer Otto Bock Healthcare and Otto Bock China show how technical aids can compensate for limitations to natural mobility. Visible from a long way off, the “/Mobility” installation provides a metaphor of powerful visual radiance, evoking a mood which introduces visitors to the theme.


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