From April to December 2014 the exhibition "The Appearance of Beauty" at Gasometer Oberhausen hosts the new Urbanscreen installation called 320° Licht. The installation is among the world's largest and technically most complex interior projection mappings: 21 powerful projectors, installed in Oberhausen’s massive gasometer, streams images and graphics on a 100 metre cylindrical interior wall.
Within a radius of 320 degrees, graphic patterns grow and change in a 22 minutes graphic loop. The installation is the last projection mapping made by Urbanscreen, the world-famous group of artists experimenting with large-scale, site specific, projections on urban surfaces. Urbanscreen are well-known for projects such as the illuminations of the Sydney Opera House, Houston’s Rice University, Hamburg Kunsthalle, Vienna Art Quarter and the Bauhaus in Dessau. The exhibition "The Appearance of Beauty" will be open until December 30, 2014.