A brief video overview of Dominic Harris and Cinimod Studio’s sell-out exhibition at PAD London 2013, as represented by our gallery PriveeKollektie. More information on featured artworks at dominicharris.com
Cinimod Studio is delighted to have once again produced Peter Coffin’s UFO artwork as part of the Station To Station public art project that occurred September 2013 across the USA. The UFO flew over Barstow on 24 September 2013. The success of the project is a testament to the Cinimod Studio’s immaculate planning and production skills that combine and mobilise an experienced multi-disciplinary to achieve seemingly impossible projects. More photos and videos to follow in due course.
Cinimod Studio’s Deep Blue Interactive Aquarium has been adapted for a special commission for a private art collector. The real-time interactive artwork is running on 10 video projectors across 3 walls, and makes use of thermal and laser tracking technologies to make the whole artwork come to surprisingly realistic life.
Cinimod Studio’s founder Dominic Harris will be delivering a major talk at the Kyoorious in Goa, India, running 29-31 August 2013. Kyoorius has created and curated one of the world’s biggest and best annual conferences on design – Kyoorius Designyatra. Designyatra is attended by over 1300 delegates from across Asia and has featured some of the biggest names in global creative and communications industry. www.designyatra.com
Cinimod Studio has been short-listed as a finalist in the highly competitive “Best Visual Merchandise” category of the Retail Interior Design Awards 2013 for their work on Snog Pure Frozen Yoghurt St Johns Wood. Congratulations to the combined Snog and Cinimod team for their coordinated efforts!
Oled Moon Chandelier was featured in The Sunday Telegraph (16.06.13) following its first public exhibition at Art Basel.
The article by Sarah Lonsdale, the Telegraph’s resident reporter on ‘green issues’, focuses on OLED technology and Dominic’s breakthrough achievement of a spherical design, rather than its normal flat use.
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Visitors to this year’s prestigious Basel Art Fair have been intrigued and astonished by a chandelier designed by Dominic Harris, a British lighting artist. A group of 19 transparent suspended globes glow from within, as if by magic, each globe appearing to cradle a tiny crescent moon. Depending on the angle from which the chandelier is viewed the light seems either to bloom from the top of each globe, or pool at the base.