Light Collective has contributed to the following books:
The Women in Lighting project inspired Light Collective to look at all aspects of representation in the field of light. We found and researched over 150 women creating light based art which led to the curation of the book. Over 40 women participated by sharing images of their work. From immersive environments to reactive light, beautiful glowing objects to light that tells a story, this collection of light art from women artists includes a multitude of manipulations of the medium. Directing the viewer to contemplate colour, nature, politics, life and even death, the true power of light as an artistic medium is perfectly portrayed by the artists included.
Artists featured: Aleksandra Stratimirovic, Chila Kumari Singh Burman, Christine Istad & Lisa Pacini, Claudia Paz, Claudia Robles-Angel, Dorothy Tanner, Elisa Artesero, Esther Rolinson, Frankie Boyle, Gunda Förster, Helga Griffiths, Jacqueline Hen, Jen Lewin, Kamila Staszczyszyn, Karolina Halatek, Kate Hush, Kate McMillan, Katie Paterson, Laura Bayliss, Lauren Baker, Liliane Lijn, Ling-Li Tseng, Liz West, Lyn Godley, Maja Petric, Martina Tritthart, Motoko Ishii & Akari-Lisa Ishii, Nandita Palchoudhuri, Paula Castillo T, Rebeca Sanchez Pastor, Sabine de Schutter, Sarah Blood, Soo Sunny Park, Stefanie Egedy & Camille Laurent, Synthestruct, Tamar Frank, Tine Bech, Titia Ex, Tracey Emin, Victoria Coeln, Yoko Seyama and Yvette Mattern.
109 perspectives collected and visualized by Sandra Praun and Aleksandra Stratimirovic. What is light? To find an answer to this simple but complex issue, prominent and inspiring creatives were invited to share their thoughts on the phenomenon. The result is a collection of poetic and personal thoughts, visions, stories, memories and statements about light and shadow.
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Cities of Light is the first global overview of modern urban illumination, a development that allows human wakefulness to colonise the night, doubling the hours available for purposeful and industrious activities. It is expansive in coverage, spanning two centuries and touching on developments on six continents, without diluting its central focus on architectural and urban lighting
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Asia’s first and only sustainable light art festival, iLight Marina Bay is organised by the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore, and celebrates the sights and sounds of Marina Bay, one of the focal points of Singapore’s cityscape. This book documents the spirit and motivations behind the works made for the festival, through interviews with and personal essays by the artists, as well as those of our other collaborators.
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