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- MIRAGE FESTIVAL
- SIGNAL FESTIVAL 5th edition in Prague (Czech republic)
- Biela Noc 3rd edition in Bratislava (Slovakia)
- Biela Noc 8th edition in Košice (Slovakia)
- Colloquium : Contemporary Digital Art: Conservation, Dissemination and Market Access
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- eARTS BEYOND : Shanghai International Gallery Exhibition of Media Art
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- FILE 2005
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- Silverfish Stream
Robyn Moody. Wave Interference, 2012 - 2013Jan Tichy
Robyn Moody. Wave Interference, 2012 - 2013Dušan Vondra
Robyn Moody. Wave Interference, 2012 - 2013Evey Taylor
Robyn Moody. Wave Interference, 2012 - 2013Jan Knot
SIGNAL FESTIVAL 5th edition in Prague (Czech republic)
Signal Festival of lights is the largest cultural event in the Czech Republic, whose unique integration of art, city space, and modern technology has drawn over 1.5 million attendees to Prague in the four years of its existence.
Molior has set up a new coproduction with the Signal Festival in the Czech Republic. Last of a total of three major events that have each presented several wide-ranging light works in public space at the scale of their city.
After its participation in the Biela Noc of Košice and Bratislava (Slovakia), Robyn Moody's work continued its tour for three days of exhibition at the Signal Festival.
This project has received support from the following institutions: the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, and the Canada Council for the Arts. Molior would like to thank the Conseil des arts de Montréal and Les offices jeunesse internationaux du Québec (LOJIQ) for their invaluable collaboration.
Funding credits to: The Alberta Foundation for the Arts, The Canada Council for the Arts.
Construction credits to: Rachael Chaisson, Ann Thrale, Rita McKeough, Tristan Zastrow.
The kinetic installation Wave Interference unfolds in the shape of a light wave. 88 neon lights appear to float to the sounds of an old organ. The wave fluctuates slowly, in a fluid movement, and it captivates through optical illusion effects. It invites one to undergo an experience of amplified sensorial dimensions in a mysterious atmosphere. It takes us into a suspended time, towards a meditative and fascinating state.
It not only has the power to transform our relationship to the site where it is presented, it also reveals unsuspected states both in our perceptual experience and on the level of the phenomena in our midst. Wave Interference refers to electromagnetic waves and their ubiquity.
Moody explains that we are typically oblivious to these waves until we have some detector (such as our eyes) to alert us to their presence. That we have the ability, through the use of these organic detectors on our faces, to effortlessly filter a portion of this mess of frequencies into a coherent image is a fact worthy of awe. The waves from every radio station, mobile phone call, wifi signal (and countless others) are around us whether we are detecting them or not.