The Danube River is located in Esztergom, Hungary, about 46 kilometers from the capital, Budapest. The beauty of this river can be enjoyed during the day with views of classic European buildings and at night with sparkling city lights. For this reason, the Hungarian Suzuki Company asked Paradigma Ariadne to design an outdoor installation for a photo exhibition of the nature of the Danube River in the city of Esztergom.
Installation with a view of the Danube River, Hungary
This installation is named Lying Red Pyramid because it resembles a pyramid triangle. Then the outer structure is made of reddish wood material with highlighted fibers. The exhibition hall, built in a park by the Danube River, uses a partially closed, partly open system and can accommodate photo prints. Visitors can enter the inner room from below. With the designed shape, Ariadne's paradigm will cause curiosity for passers-by around the area, so they finally choose to stop for a moment and find out what is on display.
Lying Red Pyramid with a wooden outer structure
The Lying Red Pyramid attracts people walking around the park as it exhibits 12 photographs of Attila Gulyás' Danube nature printed on Plexiglass opaque plastic sheets that become sparkling from sunlight during the day. The photos implicitly tell the fascinating natural life of the Danube. Visitors can view these photo works from both inside and outside the installation.
12 Danube nature photographs by Attila Gulyás are on display in the installation
This exhibition is not only to appreciate photographic artworks but also as a tourist attraction because it displays several objects of natural beauty that can be visited. The photos are also an invitation to preserve the environment in Hungary. Because of its strategic location, more visitors are expected to come to the installation.
Installation as a form of appreciation for works of art photography
In the night, the Lying Red Pyramid glows through the park's darkness and faces directly over the Danube River. The installation starts working at night in reverse, and reflectors inside, the image comes to in real from the outside.
Lying Red Pyramid still shines brightly in the middle of the dark night
You must log in to post a comment.Log in