Night Lights Denver, Denver Clock Tower, Denver, Colorado, 2019
3D animation: Ádám Sipos
Art Director: Csaba Világosi
Technical supervisor: Viktor Vicsek
Producer: István Dávid
Special thanks to Loren Brinton for the video.
Incunabula [Meaning: For some, New Year’s resolutions can represent the incunabula of sweeping life changes. This word means “the earliest stages or first traces of anything.”]
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― Buckminster Fuller
A new beginning is always a chance to build a hopeful, more efficient, and brighter path for future life forms. A new beginning also contains the knowledge of the past with a deeper understanding of how we need to step forward to make our existence sustainable. We invite you to take a deep breath, and experience how we transform the Denver Clock Tower and offer you visual storytelling from chaotic forms to a new life form through lights, organic shapes, and movements.
In the 3D animation video, you can see a few processes of new beginnings, like how a creature is materialized from small elements, and how these tiny elements are connected and related to each other on the actual building. In another scene, you can follow how the building starts to breathe, and other electrical movements, which remind us of a new being coming to life. The video is a smooth transition from black and white to a colorful ending to laureate Denver’s diversity and rich history.
We are honored to be part of this amazing, forward-looking, and inspiring initiative. We believe that art can change the world, and an integral part of our mission is to make art available to everyone by creating monumental public projection mapping artworks.