MOONOLITH – MONUMENT TO THE MOON AND THE STARS
MOONOLITH is an interactive monument for public spaces. It reflects the Moon and the constellations on its surface. Dedicated to urban strollers, it is a tribute to dark matter, emptiness, void, in-between space, speed, time and its passage. The installation is site-specific as it develops new relationships with the guest space and the visitors with every placement.
MOONOLITH is a large round celestial sphere that operates on two levels. Through interaction, its surface becomes a responsive light and sound instrument which opens up the field of play. In its rest phase, MOONOLITH functions as a sculpture with subtle movements of light and sound, and represents a space of calmness and reflection for the visitor.
Unlike historical monuments, MOONOLITH does not commemorate historical persons and events. It pays tribute to monumental temporariness of time passing. MOONOLITH is a special public clock, which measures the biorhythmics of time.
2017 FAN Festival, Chihuahua (MX)
2017 Lumina Festival, Cascais (PT)
2017 Strassbourg (FR)
2017 Ljubljana Castle (SI)
2015 Republic Square, Ljubljana (SI)
2014 Lightning Guerilla Festival, Ljubljana (SI)