Jayson Haebich – Smoke & Mirrors

This installation is a work being developed by Jayson Haebich as part of his residency at the Institut für alles mögliche in Berlin during February, March and April and is a further development of his previous work using smoke and light to create volumetric effects. More information and imagery after the jump!

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Darren Pearson – Light Goes On

We posted up the amazing work of light painting artist and animator Darren Pearson before (here). He has since released a new animation video entitled “Light Goes On” which consists of a light painted skeleton skateboarding around various locations and busting some gnarly tricks throughout the corpse’s journey. See some great images and video after the click.

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Stephen Orlando – Motion Exposure

Canadian photographer Stephen Orlando uses programmable LED light sticks attached to kayak paddles, people, racquets, and other objects to create unbelievable photographs that incorporate light painting. The recorded motion of the kayaking, swimming and canoeing display a tremendously unique effect.

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Ahn Chulhyun – Light Installations

Baltimore-based artist Ahn Chulhyun works with fluorescent tube lights, plywood and mirrors to create optical illusions that transcend both time and space. The artist’s rendering of space elicits contemplation into the deep abyss – exploring the physical and spiritual.

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Barry Underwood – Landscape Light Installations

“My artwork examines community and land-use in rural, suburban and urban sites. I created this series of installations by researching local agricultural, industrial, and recreational land-use. Curiosity about ecological and social history of specific places drives my work. By revealing the beauty and potential of an ordinary landscape an everyday scene is transformed into a memorable, visual experience. Each photograph image is a dialogue – the result of my direct encounter with nature and history. Inspired by land art, landscape photography and painting, as well as cinema, my images are both surreal and familiar.” – Barry Underwood

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