Light Art Energy by Studio Kebbel
Malte Kebbel, founder of Studio Kebbel, is a German artist who creates large-scale light and sculpture installations for public spaces.
Kebbel’s current work focuses on questioning our evolving relationship between urban space, light, nature and energy. He uses lighting technologies, synthetic materials, parametric design and 3D technology to create monumental structures with geometric shapes and patterns reminiscent of nature.
His installations are like temporary temples, shrines or places of contemplation that create grounding experiences of light and interventions in public spaces to give new meanings to urban space and create new connections.
A renewable history
In response to the global energy crisis and to reduce the energy consumption of light art to zero, we decided to combine light art with renewable energies and started the Light Art Energy project.
Research & Development
Project research and development of new light art generators and cooperation with experts from the field of renewable energies.
Production of the first Light Art Generator, which unites light art and renewable energies.