Reflecting Holons is an kinetic installation that immerses and surrounds its audience with ephemeral magic of light and movement. Jetske Visser and Michiel Martens call their mesmerizing objects they stumbled upon by experimenting with reflecting materials HOLONS. Long strips of oil like transparent foil combined with digital controlling become a visual entity reflecting the lights around them as if they were water drops. The installation creates a bridge between the analogue and the digital, as the movements of the Holons are digitally directed, and the physical shape is balancing between material aspects, physics and size.
The reflecting Holons are traveling the world for exhibitions in museums, light events and are in permanent use in museums, hotels and private collectors. Available in different sizes, contact us for price inquiry.
Photography: Boudewijn Bollman
Thanks to Dutch Invertuals
- Commissioned by Artspace MU in Eindhoven. www.mu.nl
- Technics Adriaan de Man