The Luke Jerram Forum Chandeliers create flickering, shimmering light as they brighten up a room. These art installations look as though they are made up of hundreds of light bulbs, but those are in fact glass radiometers with vanes that start spinning and flickering light as sunshine passes through them.
The little vanes slow down and speed up throughout the day, creating a delicate clinking noise as they go, glimmering and reflecting light off the walls and creating flickering shadows around the room. This beautiful interaction with the rest of the room makes these impressive chandeliers hard to ignore as they embody a vibrant presence. Being colorblind, Luke Jerram plays with light as a medium for art rather than color.
The sun-powered, spinning, tinkling lights of the Luke Jerrarm Forum Chandeliers adds movement and light to the room.
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The Luke Jerram Forum Chandeliers Create Shimmering Light
- By: Gil HaddiOct 2, 2012