Alley of Light by Serge Schoemaker Architects & Digiluce is an light art installation that consists of 2000 LEDs

ALLEY OF LIGHT

Alley of Light by Serge Schoemaker Architects & Digiluce is an light art installation that consists of 2000 LEDs

ALLEY OF LIGHT

Alley of Light by Serge Schoemaker Architects & Digiluce is an light art installation that consists of 2000 LEDs

ALLEY OF LIGHT

SERGE SCHOEMAKER ARCHITECTS & DIGILUCE

THE NETHERLANDS

Alley of Light is a three-dimensional matrix consisting of close to 2,000 LED lights. This ‘construction’, hanging between several poles is 4 meters high and 12 meters long. In the center is an alley of light, or a long narrow passage that you can walk through. Instead of red or grey bricks, you are surrounded by thousands of lights that continuously change in intensity. Open, dynamic and enchanting, this alley represents the best qualities that a contemporary city like Amsterdam has to offer.

 

 

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length: 12 m
width: 6 m
height: 4 m

  • suitable for on water
  • suitable for land
  • this artwork is suitable
    for suspension

About Serge Schoemaker Architects & Digiluce

Serge Schoemaker studied architecture in Delft and Zurich. After his graduation in 2011 he worked for the renowned Swiss architect Peter Zumthor and was project architect of the Kolumba Art Museum in Cologne. Since 2008 he runs his own practice and is he a visiting lecturer at several universities in the Netherlands. Luuk van Laake studied at the Eindhoven University of Technology. His work ranges from producing scientific publications to art pieces and a wind turbine. He founded Digiluce in 2011, in which he aims to engage collaborations between art, science, and business.

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