We tend to value light only by our visual spectra, when it’s actually so much more.
In it’s essence, light is energy, traveling from our sun through space and time until it reaches us.
Most of us are already familiar with light that we can’t see with our eyes, such as IR or UV. But people seems to have forgotten about the thermal energy, something that’s present in our conventional light bulbs.
Light and thermal energy is a bit like ying and yang, without heat, light can’t exist, so shouldn’t we consider heat a part of the light, as a whole?
My ambition was to visualize this invisible light we encounter daily, thermal energy.
Using thermal sensitive pigments in thin layers to build a block that resembles the universe, with the light source representing the sun.
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