Electroland is obtaining final design approvals for a $700,000. LED feature artwork for the new T4 terminal, to be completed in May 2019. The artwork will employ 1,000 linear feet of the new Colorkinetics Purestyle light fixture which offers unprecedented levels of subtle color accuracy control. Images will be posted once the final approval is gained, possibly by mid-November.
Electroland Principal Cameron McNall will be giving a presentation about the work of Electroland at the Lightspace 2018 Conference in Long Beach, California on February 15, 2018.
Electroland is designing a massive 18,000. sq. ft artwork for the new Circa development in downtown Los Angeles. It features three massive 50' diameter moving wheels. Keep checking back, we can't quite release images just yet....
Our favorite art and technology conference will host a Los Angeles version on December 10th and 11th. Speakers include Los Angeles artist Jennifer Steinkamp and Electroland. http://www.technarte.org/los-angeles/
Electroland has been tapped to produce a gigantic facade for the new 1200 South Figueroa project. Covering 18,000 sq. ft, the facade directly faces the downtown Metro stop on Flower Street. Images coming soon!
Electroland Principal participated in a workshop with the Future Living Project at the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design, an initiative supported by Japanese housing company DAIWA and led by Department Chair Hitoshi Abe, who are investigating the ramifications to architecture of the quickly changing world of communication and information technologies.
Electroland designed and constructed the new interactive sound and light installation in the lobby of DirecTV. 47,000 LED RGB light nodes display video on a curved canopy of glossy white plastic. Very sexy. View Aurora
Thirty-one unique images are displayed across twenty-six digital signs as part of a pseudo marketing campaign that explores how text and images are used to create the different “voices” of outdoor advertising using LED digital signs. View Sale
The “A” gates at Denver International Airport are transformed by this environmental light and graphics installation. LED backlit graphics display images that mimic the different “voices” of the airport experience, including wayfinding, advertising, security messages. View Relax