uma visão de vários artistas, percepções desta "energia" natural que nos chega em vários tons, das mais variadas maneiras, nas mais diversas formas. Uma colecção de obras de arte, que explora o brilho intenso, a luminosidade, o capricho das cores, os contornos.. e os transforma em esculturas "feitas" de luz.. Esculturas estas que tentam, assim, desvendar o mistério desta estranha, mas ao mesmo tempo familiar, onda electromagnética que não tem cheiro, nem é palpável mas que consegue dar a volta ao mundo num piscar de olhos.
The interpretation of light, in all kinds. Perceptions of this natural "energy", that comes to us in all shapes and colours. A collection of works of art, that make us enjoy the whimsical nature of this mysterious sculptures.. sculptures with strange contours and most of them made of unusual materials.. the understanding of light, a electromagnetic radiation that takes aproximately 1 second to travel around the world..
Light Sculptures by Makoto Tojiki:
Makoto Tojiki says “An object is seen when our eyes capture light that is reflected from the object. If we extract just the light that is reflected from ‘something,’ are we still in the presence of that ‘something?’ Using contours of light, I try to express this ‘something.’
The Man with No Shadow, 2009
The Horse with No Shadow, 2010
The Blue Bird, 2009
Light Skeletons and Figures Painted in Camera by Janne Parviainen:
Anatomical Neon: Blown Glass Human Organs Containing Neon Lights by Jessica Lloyd-Jones:
"Anatomical Neon is a series of blown glass lights by North Wales-based artist Jessica Lloyd-Jones meant to focus attention on how energy is used by the human body." (via colossal)
Embodiment: A Neon Skeleton by Eric Franklin:
Light Sculptures by Michael Bosanko:
Light Illustrations by Darren Pearson:
2012 Light Festival - Ghent, Belgium:
"More than half-a-million people were drawn to the Luminaire De Cagna LED-light display at the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium. Luminaire De Cagna became the main attraction of the Festival that included more than 30 other displays and exhibitions. Constructed of wood, covered with 55,000 LED lights and reaching 28 meters (92 ft.) into the sky above Belfortstraat, the Romanesque cathedral-like Luminaire De Cagna used only 20 kWh of energy. " (via the cool hunter.net)