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3 Most Unusual Light Installations

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Our eyes get tired from everyday dullness of the city’s sky, buildings, trees. Psychologists recommend to create a relaxing atmosphere in the room every evening, using colorful light bulbs. They illuminate the space transforming the room into the quiet colorful world. A few bulbs will fill the whole room with color that will reflect from the walls as hundreds of colorful highlights.

Three Amazing Light Installations

Light installation is no longer a novelty, but the play of light will never stop to amaze and inspire. And when the number light points is huge, it changes conceptions of space and light; it transfers from the technical category to the arts.

Submergence by Squidsoup

Submergence installation in the Rom gallery in Oslo by Squidsoup

Submergence installation in the Rom gallery in Oslo by Squidsoup

This installation was constructed in the Rom gallery in Oslo (Norway), by a group of designers of Squidsoup. Submergence project is the result of five years of research in sphere of multimedia and light designs, enclosed in three-dimensional space. The designers wanted to achieve a meaningful interaction between a viewer and the light installation. This multimedia installation consists of 8,064 lamps fixed to the ceiling.

Janet Echelman’s Air Light Sculptures

Air light sculptures by Janet Echelman

Air light sculptures by Janet Echelman

An artist Janet Echelman creates wonderful air sculptures. Janet saw fishermen weave their nets from natural materials which make these nets very strong, large, reliable and also incredibly light. While experimenting with this technology Echelman came up with the idea to create incredibly air sculptures of just fishing nets. The main highlight of the project is an outlandish lighting, which is operated via a computerized lighting system.

Fish Bellies by Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock

Fish Bellies installation in San Marcos by Joe O'Connell and Blessing Hancock

Fish Bellies installation in San Marcos by Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock

Design duo of Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock presented Fish Bellies installation, located at the University of Texas in San Marcos. It is a sculpture of biomorphic form made of frosted acrylic. Designers equipped the installation with a sensor technology that allows to adjust colors and control internal LED structure.

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