This work goes around an investigation of the reflective properties of color under a minimalist approach.From a scientific point of... Read More
This work goes around an investigation of the reflective properties of color under a minimalist approach.
From a scientific point of view, white light consists of electromagnetic radiation.
The human eye has the ability to perceive this electromagnetic radiation according to a definite range of wavelengths and frequencies, which are in direct relation to the amount of light or energy in the environment, and which the brain immediately interprets.
For example, within an environment devoid of light, the eye perceives no color at all, which the brain interprets as darkness, and vice versa.
The goal with this work was to generate orange and red light fields on the support through light reflection, while providing optical dynamics on the support.
In order to achieve this goal, we designed long light traps in red and orange tones, on a kinetic base, of white, purple, blue and gray tones, with epoxy resin finishes to increase the optical effect, and protect the support.
The result has been a magnetic kinetic work, which generates iridescent light fields that captivate with their vivacity and incite contemplation, generated by interesting visual effects, charged with a certain playful and experiential energy.