This ongoing series of Interactive Light Sculptures are produced without the use of computers or animation. A method of slowly tuning various optics to sculpt and manipulate visible and infrared light is used to allow light to interact with itself and the surrounding environment in both controlled and uncontrolled ways. The experience of interacting with light as a living thing offers experiential knowledge about new aspects of the phenomenon of light and the physical connections we share with it.
David Wallace Haskins
Light Seeing Light, 2016
Visible and infrared light, lenses, fabric
Interactive Light Sculpture series
Part of David Wallace Haskins: Presence
at Elmhurst Art Museum, March 5 - May 8, 2016
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