The Red Horizon investigates the way in which we see light, space and colour, 2009

The Red Horizon investigates the way in which we see light, space and colour. There is a red light behind a hung frame, dispersed by a stretched film into the shape of a horizon and forming a light landscape stretching to infinity. A monochromatic blue light blends the background into the distance while emphasising the closeness and presence of the red horizon.

Dimensions of the work: hanging part 300cm x 80cm, space around about 600cm x 600cm, work can be adjusted

Minimum square meters:  36m2

Requirements for the space : fully dark, dark (gleaming exit-lights etc. allowed), dim (light enough for walking), Cold space (eg. a shed, a silo etc.), Semi-heated space, Heated space

Colouring requirements for the space: light works best

Structures The work needs 2 hanging points 50kg / point

Electricity consumption: Standard mains current (10A/16A)

On-site building: Artist or their representative must be present during building, Delivered on-site, 

Building time and people required (estimate): 8h, 2 pers.

Sound: Little buzz from the LED lights


BLAF Best of Light Art in Finland
is hosted by
Finnish Light Art Society FLASH

Producer: Annukka Ketola
+358 40 735 3972

Mia Kivinen / mia.kivinen@valotaiteenseura.fi
Anna Björklund / anna.bjorklund@valotaiteenseura.fi

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