Παρασκευή, 15 Φεβρουαρίου 2013

11 Pieces Of Light Art

Visitors don booties and can explore how the colors fade into each other, forming a spectrum.
The show is loosely curated, but that’s a plus, since we get to see a huge array of artists and works. Here, Carlos Cruz Diez’s Chromosaturation (2008), a trio of galleries lit with pure RGB shades.
Light Show, a new exhibit at Hayward Gallery in London, pulls together 25 pieces of light art that spans 50 years.
Young London artist Conrad Shawcross’s Slow Arc Inside a Cube IV (2009), borrows its shapes from the molecular structure of insulin.
David Batchelor’s Magic Hour, from 2004 and 2009, is meant to evoke the color of Las Vegas at dusk.
Leo Villareal’s Cylinder II is made from 19,600 white LED lights.
The lights are programmed to drift and sparkle in ever-changing arrays.
Ivan Navarro’s Burden gives visitors a glimpse inside the interior of a minimalist skyscraper.
Inside Reality Show, visitors seem to "disappear" in the array of reflections.
In Jim Campbell’s remarkable Exploded View (2011), each light acts as a pixel. As you move around the array, an image comes into perspective.
Anthony McCall was one of the first artists to work with light in the 1970s. His piece You and I Horizontal (2005) is meant to evoke the experience of walking through "solid" light.
Ann Veronica Janssens, a U.K.-born artist who lives in Belgium, uses fog and lights to create a glowing star in mid-air.
Brigitte Kowanz’s Light Steps (1980) turns light into architectural space.
The Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans’s piece, S=U=P=E=R=S=T=R=U=C=T=U=R=E (2010), glows and fades like a living organism. The bulbs even give off heat.
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