Installation artist Liz West is known for creating colorful and immersive works and her latest project is no exception. Titled 'An Additive Mix,' this light installation is made up of 250 light fragments and is a rainbow-hued sculpture that engages its visitors.
West does not only create a sculpture but rather builds a multidimensional space that art lovers can experience and explore. The artist immerses her fans into a world of neon light and invites them to experience her latest creation, a project that is exhibited at the National Media Museum in Bradford.
Designed to celebrate UNESCO's International Year of the light, the art project is not only visually stunning but explores the different ways that light can be used to create experiential spaces.