Panels: sandwich, core ECM aluminum honeycomb structure, double skin glass Fiber epoxy 0.3 mm, d 30 mm Connection profile les: POM poly-oxy-methylate assembly fitting: dual lock fastener
The intention of "Syn Chron" is the creation of an integral sculpture bringing together light, sound and architecture. The interior space is both a resonance body and a projection surface. The sound is created and transmitted by many excitators hanged on the exterior skin of the crystal. The light is projected on the polygonal surfaces by four lasers.
Status: completed 2005.
Location: first opening: Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany.
Cost: 200,000 €;
Surface: 200 m²
Art concept and composition: Carsten Nicolai, Berlin. Architecture: LIN Architects Urbanists, Finn Geipel (partner in charge), Giulia Andi. Artistic and Architectural Assistance: David Lettelier; Structure: Werner Sobek, WSI, Stuttgart, NY; Curators: Ingrid Buschmann and Gabriele Knapstein; Technical production: Rob Feigel; Production space sculpture: Idea, Berlin; Laser source: Jenoptik; Jena; Laser technology and programming: Sollinger, Berlin; Audio technology: ELAC, Berlin; Sound programming: NIBO, Tokyo; Commissioned by: Freunde guter Musik e.V. Berlin in collaboration with Neue Nationalgalerie and MaerzMusik; Made possible by grants from Ernst Schering Foundation and the Hauptstadtkulturfonds; Photography: Christian Gahl.