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Björn Schülke

Solar-Space-Mobile, 2007

Solar cells, motor, brass wire, circuits, paint
Edition 2/3 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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New York , Los Angeles
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bitforms gallery
New York , Los Angeles
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Schülkeʼs Solar-Space-Mobile is a delicate blue and white active wire sculpture adorned by solar …

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Schülkeʼs Solar-Space-Mobile is a delicate blue and white active wire sculpture adorned by solar cells. Suspended from the ceiling, this work playfully transforms live spatial energy into a gracefully rotating satellite. Two propellers powered by ambient light energy set the sculpture into motion.

96" / 250 cm, …

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Björn Schülke
German, b. 1967
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Influenced by German sound artist Peter Vogel and Jean Tinguely’s kinetic sculptures, Björn Schülke …

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Influenced by German sound artist Peter Vogel and Jean Tinguely’s kinetic sculptures, Björn Schülke creates complex viewer-activated machines that combine movement, surveillance, and sound. Equal parts art and science, Schülke’s works play on our relationship to technology, from the ominously-titled Drone #6 (2006), …

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Schülkeʼs Solar-Space-Mobile is a delicate blue and white active wire sculpture adorned by solar …

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Schülkeʼs Solar-Space-Mobile is a delicate blue and white active wire sculpture adorned by solar cells. Suspended from the ceiling, this work playfully transforms live spatial energy into a gracefully rotating satellite. Two propellers powered by ambient light energy set the sculpture into motion.

96" / 250 cm, …

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Björn Schülke
German, b. 1967
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Influenced by German sound artist Peter Vogel and Jean Tinguely’s kinetic sculptures, Björn Schülke …

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Influenced by German sound artist Peter Vogel and Jean Tinguely’s kinetic sculptures, Björn Schülke creates complex viewer-activated machines that combine movement, surveillance, and sound. Equal parts art and science, Schülke’s works play on our relationship to technology, from the ominously-titled Drone #6 (2006), …

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Björn Schülke

Solar-Space-Mobile, 2007

Solar cells, motor, brass wire, circuits, paint
Edition 2/3 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
New York , Los Angeles
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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