Light Show Hayward Gallery, London

July 2nd, 2013 by retail design blog

Light carries conceptual load in both art and architecture, but the 22 artists showcased in the Hayward Gallery’s immensely popular ‘Light Show’ use illumination as a medium and manipulate its pecularities and nature as such. From experiential installations to intangible sculptures the works explore color, duration, intensity and projection as well as the limits of perception.

Images by Linda Nylind
All images courtesy of Hayward Gallery




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