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“Saturn Submerged” was designed by Gabriel Pulecio, a Colombian artist based in Brooklyn, New York. It comprises a cube-shaped glass showcase that contains unending patterns of light. These generate kaleidoscopic effects that appear to be practically incidental. Added to this is the illusion of endless depth.

“Saturn Submerged” was designed by Gabriel Pulecio, a Colombian artist based in Brooklyn, New York. It comprises a cube-shaped glass showcase that contains unending patterns of light. These generate kaleidoscopic effects that appear to be practically incidental. Added to this is the illusion of endless depth.

James Clar, ‘Thermal Energy’, 2013 “An array of lights intersect through a fence at an angle, with the colors visualizing hot air rising and cold air sinking. This work visualizes what is invisible,...

Melogranoblu light installation Milan Design Week 2013 - this fantastic lighting design took up the whole room and choreagraphed to music.

Melogranoblu light installation Milan Design Week 2013 - this fantastic lighting design took up the whole room and choreagraphed to music.

Beth Galston  This immersive environment, the sixth in the series of luminous gardens, is the most ephemeral piece so far. It is made of tiny yellow LEDs set in cast resin acorn caps, which hover over tangles of delicate wires in a darkened room. Inspired by a trip to the Galapagos and the experience of swimming underwater, the piece creates a floating world through which viewers journey.

Beth Galston This immersive environment, the sixth in the series of luminous gardens, is the most ephemeral piece so far. It is made of tiny yellow LEDs set in cast resin acorn caps, which hover over tangles of delicate wires in a darkened room. Inspired by a trip to the Galapagos and the experience of swimming underwater, the piece creates a floating world through which viewers journey.

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