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Light – Development

Responding to artist research, I filmed a coloured lamp I have changing from one shade to the next. I responded to a quote I found by James Turrell

“without image, without focus, what do you have left”

I purposely filmed the lamp out of focus so all you could see was the colour. Doing this I felt takes away from the significance that it was a lamp and leaves only the colour for the the viewer to look at.

I feel like it creates almost a trance like state when watching it and leaves you to just absorb each colour and feeling calm.

(click below for film)


Stills from film.

Published by

Nicole Webberley

Intermedia Art student

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