Complex Meshes 2015

Miguel Chevalier (France)


Music: Jacopo Baboni Schilingi
Software: Cyrille Henry and Antoine Villeret

A virtual fresco of light made up of multi-coloured ‘meshes’ projected onto Durham Cathedral’s nave. 

Clinging to the stone of the Cathedral’s ribbed vault arches, Complex Meshes twisted, moved and developed, reacting to the movement of the audience below and reminding us of the infinite nature of the universe.

With specially commissioned music from Jacopo Baboni Schilingi, this installation will resonated with the striking architecture of the space.

Miguel Chevalier is a pioneer of digital and virtual art. His works are enriched by the public spaces that welcome them, from his ‘Magic Carpets’ which draw passers-by into their evolving shapes and megapixels, to his suspended, inflatable ‘Digital Constellations’ which make mosaics as light as bubbles.


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