Schema luminoso variabile

WerktitelSchema luminoso variabile
Entstehungsjahr1961 - 1968
    Verschiedene Varianten von 35x35 cm bis zu 130x130 cm und mehr
    Plexiglas, Holz, kreisförmige Neonlampe, Elektromotor
Lichtoptische Faktoren
2013AusstellungenBuenos Aires"Schema luminoso variabile" in der Ausstellung "Arte Programmata e Cinética Italiana" im Museo de Arte ContemporáneoLink
Entstehung / ProduktionGrazia Varisco über die Werkserie "Schema luminoso variabile" (italienisch)Link

“Schema luminoso variabile R.R. 66” (Variable light screen R.R. 66) is a luminous kinetic object. Varisco produced “9x9xX” for the exhibition Arte programmata at the Olivetti show room in Milan in 1962. That artwork is the source of the first variable luminous screens: “Schema luminoso variabile R.R. 66” and “Schema luminoso variabile R Q 44”. “Schema luminoso variabile R.R. 66” was created for the second edition of the exhibition Arte programmata.

A wooden band holds together two screens combined mirror-like: one rotates while the other is fixed. The object is illuminated from the inside from a circular neon lamp. The public observes the continuous variation of the image, which is produced by the mechanical programming of the rotation and by the overlapping of screens. The work is designed to expand the repetition of images and to trigger constantly the attention of the audience.
... (25.01.2021)


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