Watch: Making Of The Krewella Volcano (Video)

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/ September 9, 2013

Krewella has been busy with the visual brains over at V Squared Labs fabricating The Volcano for their Get Wet tour. The team at VSL, along with Stefano Novelli has created a custom crystalline stage production for Krewella to rattle the stage with. From pencil sketches and creative reference to architectural reality, bringing this project to life was an exciting and invigorating process. If you missed VIBE’s “First Look: New Visuals For Krewella ‘Get Wet’ Tour (Photos),” check them out now. The Volcano is a 30ft x 18ft superstructure incorporating reflection-mapped faceted crystals. The crystals are built out of a combination of one-way and two-way mirrored acrylic and were specifically designed to create contained infinite reflections. Each crystal is equipped with LED video access and/or interior LED tape, creating complex volumetric reflection effects which visually morph the structure from within. A central arc of faceted crystal clusters make up the base of the structure, grounding it to the stage like the base of a rocky volcano. LED panels peek out of this area like lava from within. At the apex of the structure are the performers, central to the entire design. Behind them an LED screen displays visuals and custom content while the corner crystalline pieces flanking them act as explosive fragments from the mountainous volcano of crystals below. Stage lighting is dispersed throughout to reinforce the form and composition, completing the dynamic design. This show will without a doubt burn into your memory for years to come. Watch how the Krewella Volcano came to fruition and how it will erupt before your eyes.

Making of The Krewella Volcano from V Squared Labs Inc. on Vimeo.