light · video · interaction
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Light Masonry

An epic, site specific, light installation based in the main nave of York Minster. The artwork is founded on the construct of creating a secondary layer of dynamic, temporal and ephemeral architecture sculptured from light.

Installation was realised with Jason Bruges Studio.

 
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Light Masonry

Light Masonry was a site specific lighting installation for the York Cathedral. It was done in collaboration with Jason Bruges Studio as an entry for York Light Festival in 2016.

In essence it was an exploration on the unfinished nature of architecture. Thinking of light as ephemeral building volumes we imagine the building process as a dynamic choreography, a dialog with the space it exists in.

The workflow developed for this artwork by myself and Adam Heslop was featured in Creators Project.