One Landscape: Three Events is a light installation representing elements of sky, mountain and sea through three minimal panels that are individually lit in the color of the light found in the part of the landscape that they are representing. Lights are programed to change color in response to the change of the lighting in the outside environment, but in composed and unexpected rhythms.
This exploration of the daylight quality and it’s reflection in the environment is inspired by the three-line poetry form of haiku and other short explorations of the meaning of nature.
Ryōkan, Dewdrops on a Lotus Leaf: Zen Poems of Ryōkan, 1758–1831
, , Seattle, United States
lightart, art, installation, light