Bahar Yurukoglu Creates Rainbows of Colors Out of Acrylic Forms

By: Ana Lopez - Published: Oct 15, 2011 • References: iambahar & mymodernmet
Artist Bahar Yurukoglu transforms plain, white walls into a shower of explosion of luminosity and vibrant hues with his latest piece. This installation creates a fascinating space composed of geometrical shapes and colorful rays of light. The piece evokes in many ways the Cubist era as voluminous squared, geometrical shapes are the main component of the installation.

This mesmerizing art consists of colored, polygonal acrylic glass tiles that are illuminated by a projector. This technique causes an interesting effect where the shapes appear reflected on the walls and ceilings in 3D forms. In addition, these shapes produce a visual illusion by creating different depths of field.

Bahar Yurukoglu brings new dimensions to everyday spaces. When projected, this installation lasts just over eight minutes. Stats for Pretty Polygonal Installations Trending: Older & Mild
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