"Breath of Light I", 2012
time-based wall sculpture with clear acrylic, green 5mW laser, black PVC
Light in empty space is invisible. In order to become visible it needs matter to create a reflection. "Breath of Light I” is the first in a new series of sculptures and installations that use very simple means to catch a narrow beam of laser light. Nine sheets of glass arranged in parallel are spaced apart in regular intervals to reflect a green laser beam, crossing from the lower left corner of the first glass sheet to the center of the last glass sheet. The laser beam fades in and out at a slow pace of 15 seconds. An ephemeral grid of luminous reflections appears and disappears, rhythmically breathing light onto the glass planes.
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