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'LIGHT IS TIME' INSTALLATION | CITIZEN & YUTAKA ENDO

'LIGHT IS TIME' INSTALLATION | CITIZEN & YUTAKA ENDO

Rosaline de Thélin, KINETICA ART FAIR, 2013.

Roseline de Thélin: brilliant light sculptures

The Citadel's appearance today is the vision of Muhammad 'Ali, particularly the mosque that bears his name. It was built between 1824 and 1848; the domes had to be rebuilt in the 1930s.

The Citadel's appearance today is the vision of Muhammad 'Ali, particularly the mosque that bears his name. It was built between 1824 and 1848; the domes had to be rebuilt in the 1930s.

Photo by © Oli Scarff - Have you ever dreamt of walking through the rain without getting wet? The Barbican Centre, London “Rain Room” exhibit was designed to let people experience this. Oct S) very cool

berlin-based studio fredrik skåtar has developed a 'vibration mirror'. the sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however it cannot be seen because of perception of time and motion. in this project, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture to create a unique reflective composition

berlin-based studio fredrik skåtar has developed a 'vibration mirror'. the sculpture materializes a shape that constantly occurs in nature, however it cannot be seen because of perception of time and motion. in this project, the movement of water has been frozen and carved out as a sculpture to create a unique reflective composition

Infinity Room by Yayoi Kusama.     Kusama uses hundreds of LEDs to create what looks like an endless evening of multi-chromatic fireflies, or a galaxy full of Christmas lights, or a blizzard of glowing snow over a city of skyscrapers. As simple as the effect may be—just mirrors and lights—the photos alone are a hypnotic, ephemeral tease of infinity.

With Mirrors And LEDs, Yayoi Kusama Offers A Taste Of The Infinite

Infinity Room by Yayoi Kusama. Kusama uses hundreds of LEDs to create what looks like an endless evening of multi-chromatic fireflies, or a galaxy full of Christmas lights, or a blizzard of glowing snow over a city of skyscrapers. As simple as the effect may be—just mirrors and lights—the photos alone are a hypnotic, ephemeral tease of infinity.

Ryoji Ikeda - db at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

Ryoji Ikeda - db at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

Rosaline de Thelens  Homos Luminosos are at once sculptural and ephemeral, their physicality resolving and vanishing as visitors move about the space. It comes as no surprise then that reactions to de Thelens work range from childlike fear to spiritual reverence (indeed, one exhibition in 2011 had her work installed in a church). De Thelen is able to contemplate the mysteries of light and illusion while also satisfying our taste for technology.

Rosaline de Thelens Homos Luminosos are at once sculptural and ephemeral, their physicality resolving and vanishing as visitors move about the space. It comes as no surprise then that reactions to de Thelens work range from childlike fear to spiritual reverence (indeed, one exhibition in 2011 had her work installed in a church). De Thelen is able to contemplate the mysteries of light and illusion while also satisfying our taste for technology.