Pulse is a modular 3d sculpture created by OBLSK, with support from Capital University Audio Engineering Students and Greater Columbus Arts Council, that captures the pulse of Columbus, Ohio. Patterns found in the city’s sounds and textures are translated into light and color, which play on the surfaces of 3 floating triangular pyramids. Through RGB LEDs and video projection, Pulse comes alive as a glowing prism of energy, revealing the rhythm of the heart of Columbus.
Pulse was presented at the Columbus Arts Festival Patron Party on June 10th and was a huge success adding color and ambience to the festivities as well as innovation and curiosity.
Special Thanks to the Greater Columbus Arts Council, ZenGenius, the Cultural Arts Center, and CoverMyMeds.
The OBLSK Team
SamCorlettis an artist and musician with a passion for building relationships around creative expression. Her artwork is place based and deeply rooted in domestic nostalgia- investigating the representation of spatial memories, ideas of home, and feelings of belonging. As a certified Creative Placemaker, Sam is an advocate for public art and has worked as an artist and project consultant with many Columbus organizations to improve local community development.
Pelham Johnston is a filmmaker, inventor, researcher, and artist. He uses a combination of creativity, technical know-how, and a love for working collaboratively to create finely crafted moving art and media that tells a story with a purpose.
Yoni Mizrachi is a multi-media artist who uses video, animation, and sound to investigate the connection between nature, humans, and technology. His installations explore a hybridization of human-made and natural spaces as well ascombining physical and digital methods of making.
eve Warnock is an international multimedia artist who melds ancient techniques of art-making with modern technologies. She is a director for live performance and films as well as a costume and set designer, sculptural installation artist, and performance artist.