Flintstone is a primitive light source driven by modern technology.
Details: Designed by Studio Toer to celebrate the 10th edition of the Kunstmoment Diepenheim “art village”, Flintstone is an interactive light Installation that consists of 100 suspended flint stone spark generators that react to people and movement below them. Each spark generator has a small motor with a flint stone on a metal spring. When one is triggered by sensors the motor starts to turn. The flint stone hits the sand paper sides of the container, resulting in a rain of sparks.
“It combines a primitive light source with today’s technology to reflect the identity of the art village Diepenheim. A village where people live with modern facilities in an authentic environment. To strengthen the contrast, the project was installed in the oldest barn of the village.” say the designers.