Kinetic Stories - Animated Sculptures and Architectural Elements
Throughout his career, Martin Eichinger has explored kinetics turning science theory into interactive experiences. Incorporating space, time and movement, he expands his sculptural oeuvre to include structures where motion and interaction are driven by water, wind, power and imagination.
The goal of his kinetic work matches his figurative sculptures - to involve viewers in both the space and the idea to evoke reaction, inspiration, reflection and conversation.
We partner with architects, interior designers and building owners to create engineered visual art solutions. Our team of problem solvers includes sculptors, builders, fabricators, programmers, hardware designers and graphic designers. We partner at the conceptual phase to conceive unique experiences. We create the appropriate impact for your location. Contact us to discuss your goals.
Eichinger and his creative team designed animated architectural elements into The Geode’s exterior facade in Portland, Oregon.
Two 35' acrylic towers display 30,000 LEDs to create a continuously changing series of abstract images.
Crystalis was the centerpiece installation at the 2019 Portland Winter Light Festival. The piece displayed a performance by Jillian St. Germain of BodyVox depicting a figure emerging as a butterfly.
The images were shot with three video cameras and projected into a series of translucent panels to create a captivating illusion.