CELESTIAL BALLERINA – Ground and Birth
Lana Blum collaborated with dancers Diana Vishneva and Shoko Tamai to create sculptures of motion through 3D scanning. The figures are combined with environments inspired by the chakras and developed through generative computer art. Printed with Zebra Imaging, USA
Holographic Embodiment at the HoloCenter on Governors Island
August 31 – October 27, 2019
Lana Blum, CELESTIAL BALLERINA – Ground and Birth, 2016, Digital reflection holograms, 24″ x 24″
Lana Blum combines design and art with a focus on complex systems and emerging technologies. Her inspiration comes from the cohabitation of nature, contemporary materials and technology with the spiritual journey of the human being. Her projects develop form and pattern through digital and physical manifestations.
Lana Blum co-founded Aminimal, an experimental design studio based in Brooklyn, New York. She was part of the Autodesk Artist Residency program in 2015 and the Space:Light program at the HoloCenter in 2016. Blum holds a Masters in Industrial Design from the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria.
‘Capturing the dance movements created 3D sculptures – your body becomes the brush. The beauty of a human body becomes visible. The hologram can be seen as a stage – they tell a story of the movement and the visual impact of Diana Vishneva’s creations. It is a prototype of the future performances and art where reality merges with projections. Transcend time through movement. Transcend space through holograms – the reality is a projection.’