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Thursday, February 14, 2008


It all started with Eric Staller

Eric Staller is a sculptor more known for the permanent artwork in public places, but also for his experimentation with light. His light drawings and sculptures date as far back as the late 70s (definitely in-line with the disco-era sensibilities). He was perhaps the first photographer to paint light into live urban environment:








Some of these New York light-scapes still look like perfect examples of the technique. Simply glorious, after all these years.

No Lens, Only Intricate Light


"Spicules of Light" by Alan Jaras




























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posted by Rajesh, Thursday, February 14, 2008

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