Halo is an optical phenomenon that occurs when light is reflected or refracted by ice  crystals in the upper atmosphere. Inspired by natural occurrence and pro-duced by  analogue mechanisms (pressed glass, foils, mirrors), the installation becomes an exploration of light as a medium unto itself, as a matter to be shaped. The kinetic forms  of composition never rest on a unique image, nevertheless, they produce three-dimen-sional abstractions of light in space. 

schlossberstollen, public space, graz, austria, 2019

kinetic light installation | pressglas, foil, mirrors, spotlight, motors, woodconstruction, screen 3 wooden frames with screens L 2m W 0.3m H 2m 
text: cormac franklin