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Lighting
« on: June 22, 2007, 07:09:44 am »

Dunno if anyone at all is that interested in theatre, but here's some pictures of some Lighting I did for a  dance show last year. Enjoy







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« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2007, 12:51:19 pm »

Why couldn't you submit some of those photos to the SOUP Open Call?
An artist statement could easily be used to explain that you are interested in lighting, rather than the focus being on the actual photography, if that makes sense? So like you use your artist statemnt to explain you work with light, and the photography is merely a means of recording that.

I really like them, especially the second one, it's quite disturbing but I don't exactly know why.  The lighting certainly sets the atmosphere for the scene's.
What was the dance show about?

Just out of curiousity, are you interested in light in general, as an artform in it's own right? or is it more that you specialise or prefer to use lighting as part of theatre & dance etc. What I'm getting at is... if you had an exhibition space would you be able to do something with it just using lights as the form of art for people to look at? Or do you prfer to actually use light in conjunction with objects i.e. people or props etc.
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