light art

  • Brian Hart light artist
    October 7, 2014   BY Twin Cities PBS 

    Minnesota artist Brian Hart draws with lights and cameras. He likes to think of the one-inch long LED night fishing lights that he uses as his pen; the camera is his paper. He doesn’t use Photoshop. There is no manipulation of the image in post processing to make his images appear the way they do. Instead, while in a dark space, Hart opens the shutter of the camera to absorb light, the only source of which emits from the tip of his night fishing LEDs. Continue reading

  • February 24, 2010  

    Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is shining another kind of spotlight on Olympic Vancouver. Internet participants can help program 10 different 10,000-watt searchlights as part of the installation called “Vectorial Elevation.” Continue reading