Introducing “Spectral Symphony,” a vibrant and mesmerizing installation composed of translucent tubes that flicker and glow in a myriad of colors. The tubes, ranging from small to towering heights, are suspended from the ceiling in intricate arrangements that weave throughout the space. Each tube emits a soft hum, adding to the otherworldly ambience. As the viewer moves through the space, the colors shift and blend, creating a symphony of spectral hues.
This new installation is an homage to Olafur Eliasson’s “Your Spiral View,” a similar piece that made waves in the contemporary art world. By remixing and reimagining the concept, Frank Bueltge has created a unique and captivating artwork that offers a fresh take on Eliasson’s original. “Spectral Symphony” was released today at the Museum of Modern Art, where it is sure to be a hit among art enthusiasts. Bueltge is no stranger to pushing boundaries in the field of art and technology, having previously created the groundbreaking work “Equilibrium.” Check it out here.
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