Monday, September 21, 2009

Hanging by a thread

So pretty: this exhibition by Mark Garry uses colored threads and light to create an ever-changing color spectrum.

From the website:
The piece is formed by hundreds of tiny threads attached to the walls and floor of the gallery with an elaborate miniature pulley system involving pins and beads. This system manifests a spectrum of color that is surprising in that it is at once monumental and barely visible. It transforms in luminescence, tone and color as one moves around it. This work is also affected by the different tones of natural light entering the room, and appears to be in constant flux, changing throughout each day and each season turning from vibrant to invisible.
(via SeeSaw Designs)

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