Manipulating Light by Amandine Peyresoubes
by Harry / October 1, 2012
Amandine Peyresoubes' Manipulating Light is a series of interactive lamps that explore and redefine object-user interaction.




For her Halo lamp seen here, the light is turned on and increases in intensity by sliding over wooden discs. The more discs, the more light. Says Peyresoubes, "The motions connected with each object confer materiality and sensitivity to the act of lighting up. The sensitive and responsive impact of on / off buttons is rather poor and exclusively mechanical."

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"Here the point is to redefine the use through the gesture in order to access a privileged object-user interaction." More at Pygmalion Studio.

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