OMI.mgx Light, 2004-2005

The OMI.mgx Light is one of the first products to be produced and distributed straight from the SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) machine tank. Produced entirely as a single nylon part, its form—together with the natural flexibility of the polyamide—creates the impression of a biological mechanism. The shape can be transformed by bending or twisting the structure: twist one end and the rest will follow. This behaviour offers versatility in that it can be personalized and manipulated easily to create different sculptural sensations and space and moods. The OMI.mgx Light was awarded the Red Dot award for Product Design in 2006.

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The work recreates Xenakis’ radical architectural environments

The North American artist and researcher Christopher Salter presents 'n-Polytope: Behaviors in Light and Sound after Iannis Xenakis' at LABoral The North American artist and researcher Christopher Salter presents 'n-Polytope: Behaviors in Light and Sound after Iannis Xenakis' at LABoral

This large-scale immersive installation is shown for the first time in Spain after being produced ...

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