diagnostically Light—The Direction is Moving
http://alvinghamvillage.co.uk/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=https://alvinghamvillage.co.uk/query-from-chris-phillipson-may-2014/ In this project, the light installation is a part of my previous installation http://crescentlakeresort.com/calendar/action~oneday/exact_date~30-3-2020/ 7:3 Colors. The mural is the extension of the light which goes to the exhibition hall. According to the idea of light and shadow, I designed the process and structure of the mural, invited audience made the mural painting process.
“How do you understand the direction of light? How do you represent the direction on a two-dimensional paper? Will it be a line? A circle? An open shape? A closed shape? Or a shape without shape? Please draw ‘a direction of light’.” With these questions, before the opening, the volunteers painted on a triangle canvas area which set up by me as a shadow area. On the opening duration, audience were invited to paint on the any parts of the wall. After the opening, I took down the previous shadow area, which eventually turned into a light area.
Light installation: Transparent colored plexiglas, stainless steel, LED | 灯光装置部分：透明彩色有机玻璃，不锈钢支架，LED灯
Mural: Acrylic on canvas and on wall | 壁画部分：布面丙烯，墙面丙烯
Photo by Bi Minfeng | 摄影：毕珉烽