Mirobolante Light Sculpture by Vincent Buret
by Ted Savage / June 27, 2013
Glowing with a complex, ever-shifting rainbow of colour, Mirobolante Light Sculpture by Vincent Buret uses the properties of Radiant Plexiglas, a mirror-like, translucent, colour-emitting material, in a dodecahedron (12 pentagonal faces), internally lit.




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Colours change with the angle of view, and the effect is intensified with back-lighting.

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The original, one meter in diameter, was commissioned by the Billy Blue Design School for the Vivid Light Festival, held on the rooftop of the Museum Contemporary of Art of Australia, in Sydney.

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It can be custom made to any diameter, in any Platonic solid, and suspended, placed on floor or tabletop, wall- or ceiling-mounted, and stacked.

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Via MOCO Submit.

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