The use of light and space to describe the story of time

Hi, everybody. I am very sorry,since I found the video there are permissions that can not be loaded in the UK to watch.

According to everyone’s records let me think of a design exhibition on the HM.

“Forest Of Light”

Fujimoto has designed an immersive device exhibition for H & M’s branded COS, the fifth appearance of COS in the design week of Milan. The device was set up in a cinematic hall built in the 1930s and explored the concept of interaction and perspective. Designers use dynamic acousto-optic equipment, and dark space in the light emitted by the cone-shaped light match.

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In the coordination of perspective and dynamic sound and light equipment, the dark space of the conical light shows the beauty of the parallel space in the quiet.

I have an idea:The use of light and space to describe the story of time.

We can put together a number of abandoned items collage into different shapes, the use of light and shadows in different space according to them to express the meaning of time.

eg:

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Look forward to the views from everyone.If I still want to have ideas I will continue to add.
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4 thoughts on “The use of light and space to describe the story of time

  1. Using Light and Space to describe the story of time sounds really interesting.
    I immediately think about the sun and the movement of the planets in relation to it.
    After all, this is where time is generated, or at least it is the rhythm that we divide in order to give structure to a continuum.
    To me, the most beautiful and simple way to describe the story of time using light and space is to build an environment that in which you can experience the movement of light in a profound way. Like a complex sun dial or stone henge.
    I imagine shafts of light like those in the images above, only they are generated by the sun, and in order to experience the work you have to sit for hours and watch the light make its way across the room. Perhaps you could use mirrors and lenses to compose the beams of light within the space?

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    1. Thank you for your reply. I think of this forest of light is thanks to Rob’s idea. He put forward “Mirror room and zero-gravity”.
      I think the above diagram shows a good relationship between light and space.Display a simple but contrast to a strong psychedelic atmosphere.
      For the movement between the sun and the planets, there are some images in my mind.Just like the sun is covered by the moon after the glory. When the dawn of the arrival, so that a bunch of sunlight from the darkness revealed.The semi-curved radioactive light surrounds and turns around in the dark.
      This is a very simple and limited way to build a sense of space, atmosphere, light, time.
      But these show the need to borrow the projector or theater equipment. I would also like to go to the supermarket looking for large circular spotlights and other props. I will try it ^~^

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  2. Hello Shirley – The Forest of light is wonderfully mystical! It gives the illusion of an infinite forrest. The large space used is something we could consider as it is done in a ‘cinematic hall’ the use of dappled light alone can create this infinite appearance as Kusama’s infinity rooms did with the mirrors – something we have all discussed as a group. The Acousto – optic equipment is something worth researching for our project having discussed our ideas for experiences based upon light and frequency.
    The collage of shapes to create shadows is also intriguing. If the viewer sees the shadow alone they would assume two people were sitting before it when in fact the shadow is made from the collage/bundles pile. It encourages us to question things – what is it? The illusion is uncovered all at once. The recognisable is not as it seems. A simple yet effective use of light. The bottom two images again seem to be in a large installation space. These large spaces seem to work well with corresponding themes and ideas we have discussed such as light , time and frequency.

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    1. Thank you for your reply. I think of this forest of light is thanks to Rob’s idea. He put forward “Mirror room and zero-gravity”.
      I think the above diagram shows a good relationship between light and space.Display a simple but contrast to a strong psychedelic atmosphere.It makes people confuse reality and illusion when people are in it。

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