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A laser beam is deflected in a way that describes the outer shell of a tube. In contrast to a converged or scattered light beam, these tubes appear to have a physical form due to the concision and parallel structure of the beam. Thus, clearly defined light-architectures can be built in a dark and hazy space. Since the degree of reflection depends on the angle of the observer to the light source, the tubes appear stronger and brighter or completely dissolve, depending on the viewers perspective.
Details
Artwork Tubes, 2019 (ongoing)
Material laser, various optical, electronic and mechanical parts
Dimension variable