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Light Art Objects

The Eyes of the Skin is an interactive light art installation created for exploring concepts of tenderness and fragility across Henry Art Gallery. The 40000 square feet/3720 square meters of space where filled with cracks that were activated by dancers choreographed by Jennifer Salk and gallery visitors investigating the space.
Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA, January – February 2012  

LIGHT ART OBJECTS

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Skies is a dynamic light art box set that depicts the sky and it's fleeting nature. The lights are algorithmically programmed to depict the change of daylight from sunset to sunrise. Just like in nature, the sky is constantly changing and the same state is never repeated. Commissioned by: Microsoft, Hotel 7 Islas Madrid, Clorofila Gallery, Kikekeller Gallery, and private art collectors. Materials: plexiglass boxes, giclée prints, set of light filters, algorithmically, programable patent-pending lighting systems. Dimensions: 40 x 84 x 5 in. 

Skies is a dynamic light art box set that depicts the sky and it's fleeting nature. The lights are algorithmically programmed to depict the change of daylight from sunset to sunrise. Just like in nature, the sky is constantly changing and the same state is never repeated. Commissioned by: Microsoft, Hotel 7 Islas Madrid, Clorofila Gallery, Kikekeller Gallery, and private art collectors. Materials: plexiglass boxes, giclée prints, set of light filters, algorithmically, programable patent-pending lighting systems. Dimensions: 40 x 84 x 5 in. 

Four Landscapes: History of Events is a dynamic light at box that utilizes experimental motion graphic consisted of landscape imagery in combination with scenes of life and modulated sound found in those landscapes. The imagery is divided in four groups according to colors that prevail in four depicted landscapes and that dissolve from one into another. As the blissfulness of the natural environment is established, it is juxtaposed with daunting events that appear there. This experience of events is enhanced by use of dynamic LED lights that are mounted behind the floating and translucent screen. Exhibited at:Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA, December 2010.

Four Landscapes: History of Events is a dynamic light at box that utilizes experimental motion graphic consisted of landscape imagery in combination with scenes of life and modulated sound found in those landscapes. The imagery is divided in four groups according to colors that prevail in four depicted landscapes and that dissolve from one into another. As the blissfulness of the natural environment is established, it is juxtaposed with daunting events that appear there. This experience of events is enhanced by use of dynamic LED lights that are mounted behind the floating and translucent screen. Exhibited at:Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA, December 2010.

Reduced Landscapes, Air is a series of dynamic light art boxes made to depict abstracted atmospheres of landscapes such as sky, air, stars, sun, water, etc. Thepieces change their appearance depending on the angle of viewing. Commissioned by:  Hotel 7 Islas Madrid, Clorofila Gallery, Kikekeller Gallery, and private art collectors. Materials: plexiglas boxes, light filters and reflectors, algorithmically programable lighting systems. Dimensions: from 50 x 80 x 5 in to 110 x 250 x 5 in. 

Reduced Landscapes, Air is a series of dynamic light art boxes made to depict abstracted atmospheres of landscapes such as sky, air, stars, sun, water, etc. Thepieces change their appearance depending on the angle of viewing. Commissioned by:  Hotel 7 Islas Madrid, Clorofila Gallery, Kikekeller Gallery, and private art collectors. Materials: plexiglas boxes, light filters and reflectors, algorithmically programable lighting systems. Dimensions: from 50 x 80 x 5 in to 110 x 250 x 5 in. 

Red of the Dry Falls is a dynamic light art box that portrays landscape of the Dry Falls, scalloped precipice in central Washington, by use of algorithmic lighting and photography. Printed 360-degree view of the Dry Falls and dynamic lights are installed in the plexiglas box. Together they depict both beauty and disruption of what was once the enormous ice-dam that collapsed into the largest waterfall known to have existed on earth. Exhibited at: Interstitial Theatre, Seattle, WA, USA, December 2013. 

Red of the Dry Falls is a dynamic light art box that portrays landscape of the Dry Falls, scalloped precipice in central Washington, by use of algorithmic lighting and photography. Printed 360-degree view of the Dry Falls and dynamic lights are installed in the plexiglas box. Together they depict both beauty and disruption of what was once the enormous ice-dam that collapsed into the largest waterfall known to have existed on earth. Exhibited at: Interstitial Theatre, Seattle, WA, USA, December 2013. 

Reduced Landscapes, Nothern Lights is a series of dynamic light art boxes made to depict abstracted atmospheres of landscapes such as sky, air, stars, sun, water, etc. Thepieces change their appearance depending on the angle of viewing. Commissioned by:  Hotel 7 Islas Madrid, Clorofila Gallery, Kikekeller Gallery, and private art collectors. Materials: plexiglas boxes, light filters and reflectors, algorithmically programable lighting systems. Dimensions: from 50 x 80 x 5 in to 110 x 250 x 5 in. 

Reduced Landscapes, Nothern Lights is a series of dynamic light art boxes made to depict abstracted atmospheres of landscapes such as sky, air, stars, sun, water, etc. Thepieces change their appearance depending on the angle of viewing. Commissioned by:  Hotel 7 Islas Madrid, Clorofila Gallery, Kikekeller Gallery, and private art collectors. Materials: plexiglas boxes, light filters and reflectors, algorithmically programable lighting systems. Dimensions: from 50 x 80 x 5 in to 110 x 250 x 5 in. 

Looking Into The Mirror is an interactive video displayed in the mirror. The images of ghostly figure appear when viewers look at their own reflections in the mirror. The reflection and the image become one until the video of figures starts burning and explodes. Commissioned by: TRISON and Clorofila Digital. Exhibited at: Matadero, Madrid, Spain, 2015.  Materials: video, LED screen, two-way mirror, custom screen housing.  Dimensions: 120x200x20 cm/47x79x8 in. 

Looking Into The Mirror is an interactive video displayed in the mirror. The images of ghostly figure appear when viewers look at their own reflections in the mirror. The reflection and the image become one until the video of figures starts burning and explodes. Commissioned by: TRISON and Clorofila Digital. Exhibited at: Matadero, Madrid, Spain, 2015.  Materials: video, LED screen, two-way mirror, custom screen housing. 
Dimensions: 120x200x20 cm/47x79x8 in. 

With No End is a light art box created by use of light and reflective materials to simulate an infinite echo of a broken mirror, a crack with no end that serves as an opening between the tangible and the intangible reality. Commissioned by: Amazon. Exhibited in: Amazon Headquarters in 2012. Materials: Fluorescent lights, plexiglas, mirrors, diffraction grating. Dimensions: 24x54x2 in/61x137x5 cm.  

With No End is a light art box created by use of light and reflective materials to simulate an infinite echo of a broken mirror, a crack with no end that serves as an opening between the tangible and the intangible reality. Commissioned by: Amazon. Exhibited in: Amazon Headquarters in 2012. Materials: Fluorescent lights, plexiglas, mirrors, diffraction grating. Dimensions: 24x54x2 in/61x137x5 cm.