Exel Composites is proud to be part of an exciting Australian art project, the MPavilion, a digital forest performing an evening ritual at sunset.
The project was carried out with Mouldcam.
Mouldcam is a division of ShapeShift, a Design, Engineering and Project Management practice specialising in collaborating with Architects, Artists and Builders to deliver the most challenging structures.
Exel Crosslite carbon fiber tubes are used as support of the pavilion. Installed where the structure’s roof petals and carbon-fibre poles meet, LEDs will create scattered halos of light, synchronised to an immersive sound piece created by Matthias Schack-Arnott of Speak Percussion, performed by the building itself.
Sunset Ritual is a collaboration between Matthias Schack-Arnott (Speak Percussion), architect Amanda Levete and lighting designer Ben Cobham of bluebottle.
Video by the Architectural Review
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