When do we see light? Only when it is reflected. two conceptual ‘beams’ of light were projected in this powerful art installation by Roso such that each perspective and change in lighting and wind shifts the way the glittering sculpture is read by the viewer.
Dozens of wires and tens of thousands of shining pieces of glitter were used to make up this ever-changing installation project, created to span the courtyard of an office complex owned by the work’s patron.
What Clark (the patron) wanted was to activate an isolated and dull space inside of his company headquarters. It is safe to say he got at least what he bargained for if not more – day or night this space is visually intriguing from every possible surrounding angle.