Light for coloring space

 

 As an artist I’m interested in the existing social structures between art, the gallery space and the audience. With my spacial installations I try to find ways to break boundaries and let people actively engage in creating or activating my work. As a result I have been working on a series of structures called Light Structures. The series falls under the name ‘Light for coloring space’. The light structures, as their name may reveal, all work with the notion of color and light. The structures are build for the audience to engage with in different ways. Some constructions have to moved to activate the light, and so activate its color reflections. Other structures already light up by a nearby presence.The structures are very open in their ways of interaction. This interactive aspect enhances the sensorial immersion and experience. By letting people to become co-creator of the work they feel immediately more engaged and stimulated to explore, feel and think more. The structures are positioned throughout the space and are in constant movement by the audiences choice of movement. As most of the structures are on wheels they will move around the space and so the colors of the different structures will start to intertwine, by the passing or moving by of different structures at different times.The audience will paint and map out the gallery space with light, color and its reflections.

formaat: interactive installation
jaartal: 2018

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