Depena Studio Bulletin
KRQE Evening News ABQ features 'Inside/Out'
Interactive Lights to Shine Bright - 2015
Interview by Cole Miller KRQE
Ivan Toth Depeña featured in 'Bright 2' by Frame Publishers
Bright 2: Architectural Lighting and Art - 2015
Bright 2 is a vibrant selection of architectural illumination and light installation projects that are setting trends in the creative use of light from all over the world.
Domus Magazine publishes 'Color Field'
Color Field is the title of Ivan Toth Depeña’s new public art installation for West Rail Line’s Federal Center Station in Lakewood, Colorado- 2014
Made of steel, laminated and tempered colored glass and concrete that will be back lit by LEDs at night, each of Color Fields 18 “tree-like” structures was created using software that generates form algorithmically. For Depeña, this process insured that each sculpture and glass lens is unique…
Interior Design Magazine features 'Color Field'
Next Stop, Creativity: Ivan Toth Depeña Transforms a Railway Station - 2014
by Annie Block
“There’s an architectural sensibility to Ivan Toth Depeña’s art.”
Architectural Record publishes 'Reflect'
Motions Captured - 2014
by Linda C. Lentz
“Art imitates life in surprising ways. For Miami residents hurrying through the lobby of the city’s 1985 Stephen P. Clark Government Center lobby, Reflect, a permanent, interactive installation by artist Ivan Toth Depeña, does it by capturing their movements in real time, and transforming them into dynamic video paintings that illuminate the building’s columns with vivid moving pixels…”
Design Life Network publishes 'Inside/Out'
Mood Lighting - 2015
“Can a building feel and express? The North Carolina and Florida-based multi-media artist Ivan Toth Depeña believes it can…”
Designboom publishes 'Reflect'
Ivan Toth Depena: Reflection Installation at Miami Government Center - 2011
by Jenny Filippetti
Visitor movement creates a abstracted flow of colour and light in ‘reflection’, an interactive light installation…
Frame Magazine publishes "Color Field"
Whimsical Forest Sprouts in Denver - 2014
With some help from the sun, the immediate surroundings are transformed into an experiential kaleidoscope…
Creators Project publishes 'Color Field'
18 "Tree-Like" Colored Glass Sculptures Form Colorado's Newest Light Installation - 2014
By Emerson Rosenthal
One Colorado train station has been treated to an entire spectrum of refracted light with a new permanent public art installation that uses colored glass, the sun’s rays, and LEDs at night to bathe the local landscape in constantly evolving colors.