*인터렉티브 미디어 파사드 [ Marcos Zotes ] Rafmognud Nattura


확장된 건축의 경계는 정적인 공간동적인 공간으로 변화시킵니다.

인터렉티브 미디어 설치물은 아이슬란드에 위치한 교회의 파사드위에 새로운 공간적 깊이

투영시킵니다. 얇은 막위의 물질과 비물질, 실제와 허구, 솔리드와 보이드의 간극은

서로의 영역을 밀착시키며 역동감 있는 새로운 객체로 태어납니다.


reviewed by SJ


New York-based architect and artist Marcos Zotes, together with his multidisciplinary team of collaborators, transformed the largest church in , Hallgrímskirkja Church, into a spectacular and interactive light installation titled “RAFMÖGNUÐ NÁTTÚRA”. More images and architect’s description after the break.






Architect: Marcos Zotes
Location: Hallgrímskirkja Church, Reykjavík, Iceland
In Collaboration With: Chris Jordan, Thessia Machado, NoaYounse, Andrea Dart, Steven Tsai, Coco Karol, AzmiMertErdem and Raghul Sridharan.
Project Title: Rafmögnuð Náttúra
Concept and Art Direction: Marcos Zotes
Technical Direction: Chris Jordan 
Artists: Marcos Zotes, Chris Jordan, Thessia Machado, Noa Younse, Andrea Dart, Steven T sai
Choreography and Dance Performance: Coco Karol
Video graphy: AzmiMert Erdem
Special Effects: Raghul Sridharan
Project Management: Marcos Zotes, Gerður Sveinsdóttir
Music: For a Minor Reflection
Photographs: Enki, Hallgrimur P Helgasson, Björn Lúdviksson, Jón Óskar Hauksson, Kristjan Söebeck, Ragnar Th Sigurðsson, Pétur Már Gunnarsson, Roman Gerasymenko


“Rafmögnuð Náttúra” is a temporary and site-specific light installation that animates the facade of Icelands Hallgrímskirkja Church with a large 3d video-mapping projection. Taking inspiration from the natural conditions of Iceland and the churchʼs unique architecture, and his collaborator Chris Jordan transformed the static condition of this iconic landmark into a dynamic, engaging and interactive visual experience. Zotes intention was to intervene in the city by socially activating the churchs surrounding public space.


Marcos Zotes explains: “Since my teenage years as a skateboarder and graffiti artist, I have always been fascinated with exploring new ways to interact with the existing urban environment. As cities are increasingly becoming more socially restrictive and exclusionary, there is an urgent need for finding new tactics to reclaim their public spaces and urban structures in order to challenge the limited and outdated uses for which they were originally intended.

With “Rafmögnuð Náttúra”, I wanted to subvert the static and symbolic condition of Hallgrímskirkja church and temporarily turn it into a dynamic and interactive social experience. The idea is to make people confront their everyday urban environment with a critical aptitude towards its potential uses.” Marcos Zotesʼ “Rafmögnuð Náttúra” was selected as the winner competition entry for the Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival 2012 opening act, which was organized by Höfuðborgarstofa, Orkusalan and the Iceland Design Centre.

With only three weeks to deliver his winning light installation, Marcos Zotes gathered a team of artists and designers in New York to collaborate with him in its creation. Marcosʼ collaborators included Chris Jordan, Thessia Machado, Andrea Dart, Noa Younse, Steven Tsai, Coco Karol, AzmiMert Erdem, Raghul Sridharan and Icelandic band For a Minor Reflection.

The collaboration of different media artists and a strong attitude towards a multidisciplinary approach to their artwork formed the central core for the success of “Rafmögnuð Náttúra”. The project provided a unique opportunity for exploring new collaborative processes for creative production, in which a team of architects, designers, visual artists, musicians, dance performers and video artists were brought together to share their particular tools, art techniques, and design methods towards a unified vision.

“As an architect and artist, I see the traditional modes of operation in the field of architecture as very limited in regards to the current economic, social, and political global conditions. It is in the blurring of boundaries between different fields and the sharing of knowledge that we can find new opportunities for creativity and innovation”, says Marcos.



from  archdaily


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