Sunday, 19 June 2011

Monochrome Weekend - Vivid - Light Wave Action by Bow Jaruwangsanti, Kristy Philp, Christa Van Zoeren


Wander through this wave like sculpture for a multi-sensory experience, inspired by nature, reflecting the subtle colour of twilight skies and paying homage to the sea – representing nature’s power in the movement and formation of waves. The artists have used the interplay of lighting and form with low energy LED to reflect on the subtle and emotive performance of nature.

Haron Robson’s lightmatters® team - multi lighting design award winner Bow Jaruwangsanti from Thailand, industrial designer and illumination student Kristy Philp from Fiji and design engineer Christa van Zoeren from the Netherlands use their diverse backgrounds, both cultural and technical, to promote a rich collaborative effort for sharing ideas and considering solutions from varying perspectives. This collaboration of strengths allows them to successfully realise design opportunities and create dynamic designs.
For more monochrome madness, visit Dragonstar's Weekend in Black and White.

6 comments:

Pierre BOYER said...

Great shot !
Like a ghost...

Pierre

Dragonstar said...

That must be so interesting to visit - and very tricky to photograph! I love the shot.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Is that spooky image you Ann?

Rune said...

Almost like wheels in a machine. Fascinating :)

awarewriter said...

An endlessly fascinating image Ann. The high contrast is especially effective.

Thanks for commenting on my forest shots. Many years ago I was forced to sell off my camera and enlarger. No money for film with a growing family to feed. I returned to photography nearly 30 years later at the dawn of the digital age.

The combination of film photography and digital processing works for me. The irony is that I can't afford equivalent quality digital equipment now.

J Bar said...

I like the way you've chosen to photograph this one.