Troika, United Kingdom


Installation, Mixed media, 1250x50x50cm , 2009
Location:  ION Orchard Level 2-4, Singapore


An installation of two-and-a-half storey high and fixed on to one of the columns in an atrium of ION Orchard, this work by Troika uses flip dots controlled by a specially developed animation software to create the illusion of flowing water falling freely in two levels of cascades. The appearance of the work changes constantly throughout the day, their highly reflective surfaces catching and bouncing off light as they flip.

Artist’s Biography

Troika is an artist collective founded by Eva Rucki, Conny Freyer and Sebastien Noel in 2003. Their drawings, sculptures, and installations can be found in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum London, The Art Institute of Chicago, MoMA New York and the Israel Museum and in public spaces including British Airways Terminal 5 and ION Orchard, Singapore. In 2014 Troika was selected to present their work ‘Dark Matter’ at Unlimited, Art Basel.

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