reOnion is a grant awarded Burning Man art project, an initiation ritual to a special physical and virtual space with its own rules.
About the installation
reOnion has received a grant from the Burning Man art project.
We are proud to receive support from the Burning Art committee to realize the installation of our project. Unfortunately we still have a hole on our budget, to facilitate the transfer materials and ourselves from Budapest to the desert of Nevada :)
The artistic installation is a garlic-shape structure reacting the visitor’s resonances with light and projection. The structure is divided into six cabins.
The cabins are covered with UTOPLAST of recycled plastic overlay. The output is defined by the entering visitor and generated by her\his resonances. (breath, heart beat, body temperature)
ReOnion installation is an initiation ritual to a special physical and virtual space with its own rules. It is a connecting sphere of inside and outside, me and them, you and I.
We hope to help our visitors and spectators to a discovery of inner and outer mental space and of communicative resonance.
The base of the installation is a 20 foot (6 meter) diameter circle. In the center located is a 20 feet/6 meter high steel pillar, which supports the structure and technical equipment. The cabins are built on a 6.5 foot (2 meter) high wooden stage around the pillar. The main room is located around the steel pillar, the visitors have to climb here to enter the cabins.
You can follow our project on reonion.net
We would like to offer rewards for our supporters matching our project's philosophy.
We would like to offer each and every donator, an individual recycled, handmade artifact.
First renders of the survival bag
first copy of designed sample material, for $20.
You can find more information about our recycled objects on http://plastenka.hu
We are a group of visual artists and designers from Budapest. Architecture, interaction design, VJing, installations and organizing outdoor events is our main fields. As young onions from Budapest, we are deeply engaged with party subculture and ephemer installations.
Dani Feles studies mediadesign @ MOME (Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design). He creates generated graphic systems. In reOnion he deals with interaction programming and works with sensors. danielfeles.com
Péter Debreczeni graduated from MOME as an architech, currently works for Atelierarchitects online portfolio
Zsolt Ádám organised legendary illegal parties around Budapest. illegalparty.hu
Juli Laczkó graduated from MOME, creates projections, installations and recycled objects. laczkojuli.net
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