RGB Spheres III + IV

Title of ArtworkRGB Spheres III + IV
Year of Origin2005
Artist
Dimensions
    300 x 300 x 50 cm
Material/Technique
    polycarbonate spheres, lamps, lamp supports, wires, dmx controller and dimming mechanism
Collaboration/Shared Production/Research
    De Pont, Tilburg, The Netherlands
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'RGB Spheres III and IV' (2005) are delightful combinations of oversized coloured lightbulbs fading up and down. These are mounted onto parallel walls so the viewer is totally immersed in subtly pyschadelic lights, the effect is positively disorientating! Two works have a similar title, ‘RGB Rhythm Box: So You Want to Be a Rock ‘n Roll Star' (2005) where one pixel box is set to pulse refracted coloured light to the beat of a Patti Smith track and the other to a track by The Byrds. The changing light formations projected on the white wall draw you in and it feels like the very best kind of party; it is hard to leave, but chilled to the gills, you are already looking forward to coming back.

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