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Confluence 2021

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Temporal Kinetic Art Installation. May – Octuber 2021. Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.

The deviation from everyday reality to a value of spiritual purity for the common good of a responsible future…

The deviation from everyday reality to a value of spiritual purity for the common good of a responsible future. Artistic intervention try to be an temporary emotional stimulant for the people who inhabit and form the social ecosystem of the city. The project brings unexpected dynamism and enthusiasm to the common space. The art installation strives to capture through a unique focus the fusion between the beauty of Veliko Tarnovo and its traditions with the diversity existing in its contemporary culture. Bringing this “clean” energy into the urban space is the starting point of “Confluence”.

The art installation brings unexpected dynamism and at the same time calm in the urban space of Veliko Tarnovo.

Measures: 5.20 m. diameter 1 m

Symbiosis 2019

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Immersive Suspended Sound Installation. 3rd International Biennial of Andorra, June 14th – Sept 14th, 2019

“Symbiosis” is focused on forests, their health and magic and visualize the poetry that the Nature always hides. The pleasure of walking through the forest, renewing with their energy and sounds are irreplaceable. To remember and to reinforce our primordial connection with nature, this is the goal so the installation advocates.

The sound of the mobile elements leads us to remember the balance of the ecological past in the history of humanity. It is an active and random element, it appears and disappears with the wind.

The other actor is the color, its introduction into the landscape is a constant factor. Reinforcing the verticals of the forest and stylizes its elevation.

Color Mobile 2018

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“COLOR MOBILE” Kinetic (site-specific) Art Installation. Villemur, Toulouse.

Rivers are a source of life, energy. Historically, the Tarn River has been used, among other things, to produce electricity through the hydroelectric turbines of the Brusson plant, now abandoned.
This installation seeks to recall this moment in the history of Villemur sur Tarn, emotionally connecting the past with the present. Color and movement are the key elements of this kinetic installation.
Wood, polycarbonate, vinyl, metal.

Diameter 3 m Width 0.5 m.

More info: christo-guelov.net