Light Art Project, Casa Encendida, Madrid, Spain
A series of moving white light projections were created responding to the different spaces of the Casa Encendida cultural centre in Madrid. This temporary light art intervention studied the relationship between natural light and artificial light in movement.
The light projections appeared connected to the windows and glazed facades creating visual link with daylight. The shaped light seemed at first to belong to a reflection from sunlight animated by the architecture.
Lighting Design Collective prepared an educative video of the event showing in detail how each projection was created using ROSCO Architectural projectors and textured glass discs. The video is freely available from here and from ROSCO.
Lighting Suppliers: ROSCO Architectural