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Imagine a book that lights the book you’re reading at night.
Merging the realm of kinetic light sculpture and performance, creating ephemeral light forms floating in the air: ceremony, entertainment show, or should they be called light instruments?
Cascais | Light & Shadow
‘You Say Light – I Think Shadow’ book was revealed in the shape of a light installation in itself, as pages from the book were projected on the walls of the exhibition space.
Lightopia is a special space, conceived in the shape of a traveling exhibition, that tells the story of modern light design. The Light Colors Carlos Cruz-Diez (1923-2019), kinetic-optic artist and theorist of color, created an installation as a walk inside shades, as there are several light sources, each of them changing its color, each of themContinue reading “Lisbon. Lightopia”
BCN | Llum Light Festival
No, you don’t shoot things. You capture them. Photography means painting with light. And that’s what you do. You paint a picture only by adding light to the things you see. Katja Michaels Light festivals express exactly the idea of a live act of painting with light – of playing with perception, of reshaping the concrete reality intoContinue reading “BCN | Llum Light Festival”