AROTIN & SERGHEI – Infinite Screen

  • Installation

  • June 3 through Mon 27 September 2021 ,
    11 a.m. - 11 p.m.

  • Ircam, Place Igor-Stravinsky
    Access plan

  • Free Entry


  • Opening on Thursday, June 3 at 5pm

Installation in situ for the facades of IRCAM - Centre Pompidou

Infinite Light Columns is an installation by the duo AROTIN & SERGHEI created on the façade of IRCAM - Centre Pompidou as part of the ManiFeste 2021 festival.

Composed of four columns—combining analog and digital—the installation symbolizes renewal and a change of perspectives. It evokes visions of the multiple avant-gardes presented in the Centre Pompidou: Brancusi and his Endless Column, Kandinsky and synesthesia, Malevich and The Black Square, as well as the worlds of cinema, architecture, and the sound universe of IRCAM.

This installation is a part of the work-in-progress, Infinite Screen, a protean series on the idea of the infinite in our era.

Constellations of the Future 1-4, 2021, tribute to Brancusi
Intermedial installation, digital animation light cell drawings, 4 LED panel stelas on a metallic structure 9, 12, 20, and 23 meters high.

Esquisse de l'installation Infinite Screen

Production AROTIN & SERGHEI Contemporary Art Berlin / Infinite Screen Paris, in collaboration with IRCAM-Centre Pompidou, in partnership with the gallery Espace Muraille Genève, Studios Architecture Paris, W&K Vienna New York.

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