Nothing Space Krijnie Beyen

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Ontwerp interactief object voor World Expo in Shanghai 2010

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Nothing Space Krijnie Beyen

  1. 1. Nothing Space proposal Krijnie Beyen (the Netherlands) World Expo 2010 Shanghai
  2. 2. The concept and meaning People in cities are busy, getting thousands impressions, doing a lot of things at the same time. Nothing Space gives within this world of being busy a moment of surprise, harmony and dreaming. A moment for them- selves. Looking at the beauty of amazing structure and light. Nothing Space combines the structure and light of cities in a totally innovative and surprising way. Nothing Space is a subtle, harmonious coloured sculpture and has to be discovered. From the outside it makes people curious to go in and discover its beauty. I am creating Nothing Spaces because I am convinced people need every day moments of dreaming, of reflecting of nothing.
  3. 3. above Nothing Space at night - a surprising playful object. images at the right side sculpturesegments to show how the object is built up Technique The sculpture is made from aluminium tubes (diameter 3 cm) welded in combination with specially constructed tubes with holes showing coloured light from inside. The sculpture is coated in different harmonious colours. Darker inside. Ligh- ter outside. The colours of the (LED)light will be adapted to the colours of the sculpture. The light shows as lightlines (see above). Outside size of the sculpture: 3 mtr high, 7 x 7 mtr. Positioning Bailianjing Park, preferrably on the lawn.
  4. 4. Costs Technical preparations and drawings € 5.750 Lightplan and integrated lighttechnique € 7.500 Production in segments €32.000 Coating in different colours € 5.000 Transport € 6.000 Estimated costs putting up the sculpture in Shanghai electricity, local transport € 6.000 Standby budget € 5.000 Way of production The sculpture can be produces in parts, transported by sea and put up locally. It is also possible to produce the sculpture in Shanghai in the presence of the artist. Krijnie Beyen Amersfoort, 23 february 2009

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