A site-specific installation which uses the concept of the Golden Ratio as a mathematical and aesthetic principle for drawing in space with light.
The installation, made of electroluminescent wires, embodied an optical and physical experience for the visitors.

Curators: James Lowther and Colin Robson.
Selected for Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology.
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

  • Dimensions: 900cm x 500cm x 210cm
  • Contexts: Curatorial
  • Artforms: Mixed media
  • Tags: aesthetic, Light work, lighting, maths, site-specific