*판테온을 재구성하는 미디어 인터렉티브 [ AntiVJ ] O (Omicron)_A Permanent Mapping Installation

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로마시대의 판테온을 재현한 폴란드 프로츠와프시의 백주년 기념홀의

100주년 기념 이벤트 입니다.-막스버가 설계한 1913년 백주년 기념홀이

또다시 100주년을 맞이 했으니 200년 전에 무엇을 기념하는 걸까?-

100년이 지난 지금도 건재한 콘크리트 구조물을 재조명하는 미디어 애니메이션은 건축물의

오리지날 구조를 감각적인 영상과 사운드를 통하여 또다른 가상의 공간을 연출합니다.

아트디렉터의 말처럼 20세기 공상과학에서 시작된 모티브-트론, 메트로폴리스-는

시간과 시대를 초월하는 영상을 통하여 과거의 시간을 현재의 공간과 연계하는

비쥬얼을 보여줍니다. 영화 속 공상을 상상으로 끝나지 않고 실질적인

공간으로 재현 시키는 아트디렉터의 놀라운 능력에 박수가 저절로 나옵니다.

이와 같은 놀라운 영상과 함께 울려 퍼지는 사운드는 상부 돔지붕의

건축적 공간에 부딪치며 가상의 세계에 실제 중량을 실어 놓습니다.


언제봐도 일련의 인터렉티브 미디어 애니메이션은 놀랍고 재미있습니다.


reviewed by SJ



Although the Hala Stulecia (Polish for Centennial Hall) was constructed centuries after the Pantheon in Rome, it still remains the largest built reinforced concrete structure. With an interior diameter of 69m (226 feet), the Hala Stulecia was completed in 1913 in Wroclaw, Poland. The origins of the building describe its purpose as a celebratory structure for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Leipzig (Napoleon's defeat). To give a sense of the mass of the structure, the central interior space possesses a seating capacity for 7,000 people.


Asked to create a permanent installation for the new museum of Architecture (residing in the Hala Stulecia) Romain Tardy and Thomas Vaquie of AntiVJ created a visually stimulating experience to fully embrace the architecture and scale of this 100 year old space. The primary goal was 'to create a vision of a future with no precise time reference; a timeless future.' The installation creates a strong connection between the historical icons of the building and what we know as architecture today, thus turning an iconic structure into a transitional architectural piece and dynamic projection mapping masterpiece.






DIRECTED by Romain Tardy & Thomas Vaquié
ARCHITECTURE by Max Berg (1913)
VISUALS by Romain Tardy, Guillaume Cottet
MUSIC composed by Thomas Vaquié
2D/3D MAPPING by Joanie Lemercier, Romain Tardy
MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTION: Nicolas Boritch


The team was inspired by 20th century science fiction (films such as Tron and Metropolis) as the basis for their design direction to create a timeless connection to cinema works. Original sketches of the building further served as the foundation for this new screenplay experience of visual and physical weight. The careful study to understand how the digitally created sounds bounce around the dome and echo back served to create a supernatural feel. The visual light and acoustic sound highlights and reflects the physical mass of the space and weight of the concrete structure above. 

The Hala Stulecia’s architecture was already simple and minimal in design and texture which provided the ideal backdrop for this screenplay installation and its cleanliness allowed the designers to apply different textures and icons which resonate with other periods of architectural history.   The music (composed by Thomas Vaquie) also needed careful consideration in order to support the visual imagery and the highlight the permanent structure. We hope you enjoy this masterpiece which bridges history with technology celebrating this iconic architectural structure. Sit back, look up and experience Omicron with us.









from  yatzer

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