Concrete Lights Experiment by Elim Cheng
by Ted Savage / March 24, 2014
Concrete Lights Experiment by Elim Cheng offers a new way to experience concrete, combining it with the warmth of the light bulb, and volumes molded by unexpected objects, like plastic bags and paper boxes.


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Details: The molds, a plastic bag, a paper carton, and a plastic bottle, contributed their own concrete-specific characteristics, like the paper's absorbency causing the form to sag and bulge, the problem of removing the plastic bottle without damaging the object, and the difficulty of obtaining results with the soft plastic of a bag.

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Designer: Interactive designer/artist Elim Cheng, a graduate of the NYU Interactive Telecommunication Program, designs experiences.

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Source: via MOCO Submit.

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