Dazza Pictures

Dazza+Redco Present: BoomScience

September 24, 2009


Sonic Echoes are visible – BoomScience by dazza+Redco.

For some time now, Jeremy and I have been working on a side project which involved a whole lot of late nights that saw us driving around, getting bitten by mosquitoes and being stopped by cops. To clarify, we weren’t up to any mischief at all, but we were up to our necks in having an awesome time just being able to collaborate. And collaborate we did, with a little project we call – BoomScience.

Born out of the sheer need to create and exercise our left brains, we got together, chanted ‘abracadabra’, snapped our fingers and made science-work. Then using the urban-scape of Singapore as our blank canvas, we literally painted the town red, and blue, and white, and green, and boom. Well…here’s a peek.

BoomScience www.boomscience.com

We’re unabashed to point out that, painting with light isn’t anything new at all. In fact, anyone can grab a torch or light a bunch of sparklers and run around making random shapes. But it was the exercise of experimenting, failing and more experimenting did we then create these brilliant images that we were really proud of. Needless to say, we enjoyed the process of not having to compete, outdo or outwit each other but to just come together as a collective of two like-minded collaborators in producing great artwork.

So we’re very excited today to announce the launch of BoomScience [www.boomscience.com], where we will be sharing our ongoing light art collaborations online. The outcome of the experience was just uplifting and we feel shows in the experiments we’ve made and of which there is definitely more to come. And while you’re at it, head on down and join our facebook page, where we would love to discuss and work with all the other artists out there.

  1. dazza says:

    That is going to take another 2 weeks to order that part.

  2. Jeremy says:

    I was just thinking if we use a DFO10DSE 7.2V with auto stop clutch and add another 74 lines (total now : 148 lines) we should get a full circumference orb with the top and bottom node points being covered. Will update you after my wedding.

  3. dazza says:

    That is going to take another 2 weeks to order that part.

  4. Jeremy says:

    I was just thinking if we use a DFO10DSE 7.2V with auto stop clutch and add another 74 lines (total now : 148 lines) we should get a full circumference orb with the top and bottom node points being covered. Will update you after my wedding.





  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • email
  • Tumblr
  • Posterous
  • Google Bookmarks
  • StumbleUpon