The Korean artist, Soo Sunny Park, transformed the Rice Gallery space in Houston into a world of light, shadows and color by combining natural and artificial light. Unwoven light is a stunning installation created with Plexiglas shapes on a fence as a continuity of his experimentation of light effects and perception of architectural space. The fence creates undulating forms on the gallery floor, walls and suspended around the gallery space. Depending on the time of the day and number of people in the gallery the perception of light may vary, enabling a unique experience to visitors. This installation is already on display since the 11th of April and will available to public until the 30th of August. To know more about this amazing artist, just visit: http://soosunnypark.com/ Have a wonderful week!
By Beyond Arting team | Published 13 May, 2013