Light Insallation by Miguel Chevalier
For Lumiere Durham 2015, the UK’s largest light festival, Miguel Chevalier presents the premiere of his artwork ‘Complex Meshes’. This piece took place in the Durham Cathedral, which is considered the most accomplished example of Norman architecture in England.
For this piece, the use of numerous wire-frame meshes becomes an aesthetic in itself. Different colored weaving patterns composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons overlap, evolve and transform slowly in real time.
‘Complex Meshes’ creates a magical atmosphere, where it’s pixel skin becomes one with the stone and gives off a radiant energy that invites visitors to sit on the benches and raise their eyes to the ceiling.
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