Monday, October 20, 2008

Tracing Light

Over the weekend we got involved with a project commissioned by our university and undertaken by artist Tine Bech. She has worked on various projects involving the manipulation of lighting and this recent project involved exploring the uses of Graffiti lighting and LED Throwies. Tine also produced a permanent piece of art on a bridge next to the Farnham Maltings, which uses motion sensors to change the colour of the bridge lighting as you alk along. To mark this, we help an open workshop for the community to learn more about the uses of LED Throwies, teaching participants how to build their own Throwies and the various uses they have.

We also had a photography workshop that allowed attendees to play around with the light streams and camera shutter speed, which was a lot of fun.

If you like the look of the above photos, then there are lots more here.
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