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Primary Lighting Installation by Flynn Talbot // photos: John Madden                                                                                                                                                                                 More  앞에서 보여지는 표면적인 모습은 그저 아름답고 빛나는 조형물이지만 다른 방향에서 바라본 모습은 잔뜩 날서있고 처음 접했던 모습과는 다른 형상이다. 남들에게 보여지는 것을 신경쓰면서 많이 닳고 상처받은 내면을 보는 것같은 느낌이다.

The colors and shapes in this installation are mesmerizing. Primary Lighting Installation by Flynn Talbot // photos: John Madden.

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Daydream Light Installation by Nonotak Studio Nonotak Studio imagined for the Festival Insanitus 2013 Kaunas, Lithuania, the audiovisual installation Daydream which seeks to establish a physical.

Melogranoblu ‘Maelström’ light installation Milan Design Week 2013 - this fantastic lighting design took up the whole room and was choreagraphed to music.

Melogranoblu ‘Maelström’ light installation Milan Design Week 2013 - this fantastic lighting design took up the whole room and was choreagraphed to music art.

Rainbow Church by Tokujin Yoshioka Tokujin Yoshioka'a Rainbow Church, 26 ft high installation made of 500 crystal prisms. “I experienced a space filled with the light of Matisse: Being bathed in the sunlight of the Provence, the stained glass with Matisse’s vibrant colors suffused the room with full of colors. Since then, I had been dreaming of designing an architecture where people can feel the light with all senses."

Rainbow Church by Tokujin Yoshioka Tokujin Yoshioka'a Rainbow Church, 26 ft high installation made of 500 crystal prisms.

Artificial Moon by Wang Yuyang on site, Xujiahui park

Artificial Moon is a sculptural piece by Beijing-based artist Wang Yuyang constructed from hundreds of various compact fluorescent light bulbs.

Ólafur Elíasson, The Weather Project Tate Modern: Exhibition 16 October 2003 – 21 March 2004

here comes the sun construction-light/reflection Ólafur Elíasson, The Weather Project Tate Modern: Exhibition 16 October 2003 – 21 March 2004