Exoskeleton

Austin, TX, USA, 2017

Installed at the Emma Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (Austin, TX) gardens, Exoskeleton is a public sculpture that feeds on sunlight, during the day and beats with light during the sunset and part of the night.

This energy processing system was created with the support from the Texas University (UT) Visual Art Center (VAC), the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the Emma Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC), Victor Pérez-Rul, and the solar energy company Solartec, and was unveiled during South by Southwest 2017 Casa México.

- todo es un experimento - 

Studio Victor Pérez-Rul is an art studio working on the artistic research about energy and living beings as energy processing systems, mixing through contemporary art: installation, sculpture, environments, landscaping, architecture, object design, futurism, and technological reflection.

 

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