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Aurora Vorsura is a series of kinetic light sculpture developed as an experiment and exploration about depth and optical illusion. The use of lenticular sheet creates illusion of depth and distorts the shape of the dichroic foil inside. It also captures the colours and reflections from the foil, generating images that change or move as viewed from different angles.

In the second version, it is a bigger size and without the mirror. The two-meter height cylindrical shape fills the space with the light reflections. The illusion and perpetual effect from the rotating motion challenges the seeing of the viewer.

Date  7 May 2022

Type of Artwork  Kinetic Light Sculpture

Materials  5000K LED pinspot, dichroic foil, lenticular sheet, rotating motor

Size  45 x 45 x 203 cm

Organizer  Slow Life

Location  Hoppetosse, Berlin, Germany

Documentation  Nindya Nareswari


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