A research into the best conditions and opportunities for an art space.
"Light is needed to fulfil the primary purpose of the art space to view objects within its space. Lighting for the exhibition rooms is made up of diffuse and directional light. The relative amounts and resulting mix of the two types of light determines the harshness of the shadows cast by picture frames and the three-dimensional impact of sculptures and spatial objects. For art spaces, the recommended colour temperature is always stronger than neutral white and closer to daylight white, or at least 3500 to 5500 Kelvin."
Six LED lamps of 4000 Kelvin / 6 x 120 cm / the lamps are controlled by a motion detection system / 2017.
In collaboration with Tom Van Malderen.
related exhibition: CONDITIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES