Projection art gives intense motion to stark cavernous spaces

Pablo Valbuena alters viewers sense of space and place through art that transforms cavernous public spaces. The Spanish artist uses flashing projection lights designed to interact with dynamic indoor architectural elements. Valbuena says he is interested in exploring perception and blurring the boundaries between physical and imagined spaces.

‘Kinematope’ is Valbuena’s latest work which took place in the Parisian train station Gare d’Austerlitz. In the video below you can see the scale of the space and imagine the disorienting sensation of walking through one of these intense installations.

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Kinematope.” Gare d’Austerlitz train station, Paris, France. 2014.

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“Quadratura.” Matadero Madrid, Spain. 2010.

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“Para-Site,” Mattress Factory Art Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. 2011.

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Source: designfaves.com

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