Cubik Innovation are very fortunate to have the opportunity to not only work on some brilliant projects but also with some very interesting customers.
Recently one of the team was invited to help with a new art installation by artist Luke Jerram at the Chrylser Museum of Art Commissions, Virginia, USA.
Having assisted on the development of a modification to his kinetic sculptures based at the Cubik offices, an extra pair of hands were required to make sure all went smoothly. For this particular project, attention was focused on finding an electronic solution to low light levels to allow the installation to function. A priority of this solution was that it would not be intrusive to the gallery viewer.
Due to our extensive knowledge and skills, Cubik has the ability to help on a project at any stage of development and successfully resolved this particular problem with creativity and skill.
It was a privilege to be able to help out our client in their final phase of work and see the finished sculpture in its new location.
If you would like to read more about the development of the project and its installation head on over to our Case Studies page to find out more!