light sculpture

Sydney-based furniture designer Vincent Buret has designed Microbolante, a light sculpture that allows you to experience a complex, ever-shifting rainbow of colors. This light piece was commissioned by Billy Blue Design School for Vivid (Light Festival) on the Rooftop of the MCA – Museum Contemporary of Art of Australia. Buret used the properties of Radiant Plexiglas, a mirror-like, translucent, colour-emitting material, in a dodecahedron (12 pentagonal faces), internally lit. Colors change with the angle of view, and the effect is intensified with back-lighting.

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