P-cube in Moscow’s VDNKh Park, an immersive installation that becomes fully alive with geometric visuals during the night.
P-Cube is a project by architect and artist Marcos Zotes with music by Pixelord (RU), commissioned by the Polytechnic Museum in Moscow, Russia during May 2015.
Images credit Marcos Zotes
P-Cube consists of a 9 meters high, 9 meters wide scaffolding structure. Its surfaces are wrapped with a semi-transparent layer of fabric, providing a ghostly and ephemeral appearance during the daytime and becoming fully alive with light and projections during the nighttime.
The cube has been designed in a way that creates a gate in each of its 4 sides, providing an entry to the site and a meeting point for passers by. Two sets of stairways provide access to the public viewing platform located inside the cube at 6 meters high. The public viewing platform offers excellent views over the site and lets the audience be immersed in a digital world of light, movement, color and shadows.