An Almost Ephemeral Autumn by Luzinterruptus
by sabine7 / November 27, 2009


Imagine the magic of autumn leaves afloat just above the ground, seemingly lifted by light. Then blink again, and they are still there. Thanks to Luzinterruptus, an anonymous art collective prone to guerilla lighting installations, a park in Madrid was home to a lighting intervention that had 200 dry leaves gently airborne and lit from underneath. It took three hours to create this ephemeral composition that only lasted four hours. The stuff that dreams are made of ...


Artist: Luzinterruptus
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