This light-inspired installation was developed by Doug Wheeler who is a pilot who made an interesting airport comparison. It has a sky and earth inspiration with his immersive light sculptures that seem to draw from the lonely travels of a celestial navigator. This installation is titled "a rotational horizon work" to depict the airport scenery.
The floor is rimmed with hundreds of hidden LEDs that shift colors ever-so-slightly within five-minute intervals. The light source makes quite an adventurous experience for those who want to see something interesting. This light-inspired installation will be showcased at the David Zwirner Gallery for public viewing. The immersive experience has an intriguing and surreal light fixture that lures those who enter this airport-like scenery. It truly is an incredible sight.
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