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Acme lighting reflects the Traverse art at Melbourne International Airport

ULA Group is proud to be a part of Britt Salt’s brilliant new artwork – Traverse, which has been revealed at the Melbourne International Airport earlier this month. Traverse is a powder coated aluminium original structure, attached seamlessly to the wall at the Terminal 2 of Melbourne Tullamarine International Airport. It covers the area of 14m length and 2.4m height. Ramus Illumination team have specified 15 Acme lighting ColorBar Multicolour LED fixtures to be permanently mounted behind the structure, providing colour mixing effects for this unique art.

“A surface of undulating folds are built into the wall and mirrored by a dynamic perforated pattern that makes protrusions in the artwork look like valleys and vice versa. The colours gently change throughout the day and night to reflect the qualities of light in the exterior environment. As passengers move through the security hall, the artwork appears to warp and change, creating optical effects and an unexpected experience of the space,” explains the artist. Ramus Illumination team was again engaged for programming and final commissioning of this unique project.

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