IMF-Interspace Magic Factory / Electronic tale of the circle, the square and the triangle

I was one of the founder of IMF and worked in the group in 2013. – http://imf.fm

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IMF (Interspace Magic Factory) was founded in the summer of 2013. Its aim is the reinterpretation of the visual environment of the genre of Object Mapping, and its reform along with artists of international fame.

Object Mapping is an innovative, 21st century artistic genre born of the symbiosis of architecture and the projected image, in which virtual spaces enter physical reality in the form of architectural objects.

The genre is liberated from the traditional environment and performance technique of mapping by being location-specific projects designed for various spots on the globe. As a continuous time capsule, they become keepers of the volatile, illusory atmosphere of light- spaces, transmitting the momentary state of transience to eternity.

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Mexico City: Cancelled end of Time

The architectural concept was to create an ancient maya temple plan combined with fractal-mozaic structure as a reflection of lost time and space. The installation gradually assembles the scattered time and broken space into fine shapes. The base of the idea is the mental deconstruction of destroyed reality.

The object is 6 meters long, 2 meters high, made of matt white plastic sheets. The surfaces are projected upon during the night. Animations corresponding to the surfaces are being displayed.

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Rome: Circles of Perception

The bursting circles of light – as mirror images – reflect our transcendental perceptions. The rounded surfaces act as bull’s eyes, which capture the light and explore different entities.

The object is 6 meters long, 2 meters high, made of matt white plastic. At night time, the surfaces are projected with lights completely conforming to the built-up structure.

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Cape Town: Tunnel of Light

The installation is a proposal to virtually reshape the square in front of the City Hall of Cape Town. Everyday social life is multi-faceted in this place: a meeting point, territory of people, interchange, market.

The proposed generative sculpture in this public place functions as street furniture as well: people can sit on it, lie on it, it casts shadows, provides shelter and opens perspectives with its shape and visual characteristics.

The object is 20 meters long, 5 meters high, made of wood, stone and steel. At night time, the surfaces are projected with lights completely conforming to the built-up structure.