Bits and Pieces: An Expandable Kinetic Toy Sphere Installation by Nils Volker (6 pics)




Bits and Pieces , 2016. Nils Volker. Plastic balls, wood, motors, custom electronics and programming, size variable.e

Bits and Pieces , 2016. Nils Volker. Plastic balls, wood, motors, custom electronics and programming

Bits and Pieces , 2016. Nils Volker. Plastic balls, wood, motors, custom electronics and programming, size variable. Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de For his latest kinetic installation titled Bits and Pieces , artist Nils Volker ( previously ) repurposed 108 toy Hoberman spheres which he suspended from microcontrollers inside a space at NOME Gallery in Berlin. Once attached to motors, the spheres are then synchronized to various rhythms and patterns to create moving sequences that mimic living organisms. The piece was on view through last week, but you can see more photos on Volker’s website .

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de

Photo by Bresadola+Freese/drama-berlin.de




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