Judi Gor is a light artist sharing her time between Israel and the Netherlands. Her designs have been realised in different assignments in public spaces and exhibitions.
Her design SeatOr won the final stage for the design competition Collaboration S. SeatOr is an interactive lighted seat whereby rotation of colours is activated by touch. The design was exhibited during the Dutch Design Week 2015 in Eindhoven (NL).
In 2016 she carried out a laser installation Aureoles for St. F. Xaverius Church of Amersfoort. Twelve columns inside the church were illuminated by Laser beams accompanied by “thunder” sound effects and mist clouds.
The Red Gate
A proposal design for the new cultural centre of Amsterdam North 2012
Participants activate the light on the top of the installation using their smart phones. Morse codes are programmed enabling the interaction between the art work and the participants. The design was made for Amsterdam Waterfront as part of the visual research Licht Op Het IJ that was exhibited in the Muziek-gebouw aan ‘t IJ Amsterdam in 2012/2013
Seator 1: lighted seat; nominated design by Satilliet Design Competition. Colours of light are activated by touch of the user. The object was exhibited during the Dutch Design 2015 in Eindhoven The Netherlands.
June Amsterdam 2017
Design proposal for an Interactive cyber space stimulating children to exchange lighted signs. The design was nominated by the Van Allen Institute design competition renewing Washington monuments.