Liz West - "Our Spectral Vision"
"Our Spectral Vision" in London
Dichroic filters in a spectral installation
An installation with dichroic filters by artist Liz West for the exhibition "Colour and Vision":
"Our Spectral Vision" at the Natural History Museum, London
Dichroic color effect glass changes its color depending on light and the angle of view. An aspect, which plays a major role in the exhibition “Colour and Vision” at the Natural History Museum, London. Artist Liz West created an installation with dichroic filters celebrating the large human visionary spectrum. See a video of the creation process here (youtube).
Liz West was inspired by Isaac Newton’s seven-fold colour spectrum and the fascinating blue morpho butterflies with its color effects. An interview with Liz West you will finde here: (The Halo Group article).
|Project:||"Our Spectral Vision", Installation for the exhibition "Colour and Vision: Through the Eyes of Nature"|
|Place:||London (United Kingdom)|
|Artist:||Liz West, commissioned by the Natural History Museum. Design and realisation by Nissen Richards Studio|
|Photographer:||Jim Stephenson, Architectural Photography & Films|