“Mirrsaic – Now” by Prokop Bartoníček (2012)

Artists,Projection,Reference — miles @ 12:39 pm

Over a period of several hours, geometric light-shapes move across a wall. For a brief moment, they overlap to spell the word “NOW”. Bartoníček and his collaborators used sunlight and mirrors to achieve this effect. Much like a sundial, this work considers how light functions in time. To that end, Bartoníček astutely points out that readily available lighting and design technologies have produced art that is “often oblivious to the basic rules of light, time and space.”   

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