It has been looong underway, but now the 3-part light installation in Thorsoe, Denmark, is soon reworked and finished. The project is commissioned the the Danish Arts Foundation and Favrskov Municipality and a big emphasis on sustainable energy consumption has been one of the big goals as well as a collective expression.
The natual landscape has been researched and plants for the 10 meter long light bench has been collected with the local citizens, the 6 meter high flourescent blue oak tree come from inspiration in the area where 100-year old oak trees shadow the paths and oak shaped printed suncells made from cutting edge organic suncell tech with Danish science company InfinityPV is making off-grid electricity for copper sculptures were electricity is led through the a complex structure in the sculpture itself..!!!
I will write more in the early fall :-)