A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality

A curious sight awaits visitors at this year’s Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB) outside the Museum of Estonian Architecture: a monumental sculptural art installation appears to have been forcefully tied in a knot by a supernatural power.

A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality
A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality
A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality

Titled “Steampunk” and made from steam-bent hardwood, the voluptuous art installation is the winner of TAB’s installation program ‘Huts and habitats’ and will remain in place until the next edition in 2021.

A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality
A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality

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A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality

The art installation was designed by Soomeen Hahm and Igor Pantic. Isn’t this contemporary design super fun?

A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality
A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality
A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality
A Futuristic Art Installation in Tallinn Explores A Mixed-Reality

Steampunk’s uniqueness lies not only in the complexity of the modern design and beauty of its shape but also in the way it was constructed, namely in the use of Mixed-Reality (MR) assembly methodologies.

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