Light + Time = Form


Thu, Jun 16th, 2011 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Lithuanian artist Paulius Nosokas's Light + Time = Form is an experimentation with lights and long exposures, leading to some remarkably stunning results.

Long fascinated with light, I went out (in mid Winter) and bought a number of hand-held fixtures in a variety of wattages and configurations: Fluorescent, incandescent, large, small, flashlights -- even lasers. My motivating concept was largely about "play," to discover what might unexpectedly be revealed as my solitary performance with these fixtures was frozen in stop-motion image.



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