Flame is an interactive fire sculpture, a symbolic analogy to the power constituted by invisible structures of the cities. By giving this fire back to the citizens, flame aims to remind them the power they have within to forge the tools of the new century.
Flame exhibited in Ars Electronica Festival 2015.
September 4 - 5 2015 as a part of Connecting Cities Network.
In collaboration with Tamer Aslan and Bernhard Ranner.
Hardware Sponsor: TBF-Pyrotec.
FLAME is commissioned by Ars Electronica and Connecting Cities Network under European Commission Culture Program.
Connecting Cities Network initiated by Public Art Lab in co-organization with Ars Electronica, Media Architecture Institute, FACT, Amber Platform, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, m-cult, Medialab-Prado, iMAL, Foundation Riga 2014 and Videospread, in association with Mutek Montreal, Marseille-Provence 2013, Aarhus University, Quartier des spectacles Montréal, Foundation Bauhaus Dessau, Verve Cultural São Paulo; funded by the European Commission – Programme Culture; supported by Streampark TV and ARTE Creative.