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Article by Benoît Dusart in L’Art Même

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3rd of 3 projects at été 78

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Hommage à Edwin H. Land, 2017

Halogen lamps, special white lamp designed in collaboration with GVA lighting (model FL-100), various objects

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The space is illuminated by two different white lights that have the same whiteness and color temperature (about 3000K). Common colorful objects are displayed on two pedestals: fruits, flowers, color samples, beer bottles, etc.

The objects illuminated by the special white light dramatically change: pilsener beer look like sparkling rosé, dull blue objects appear bright turquoise, warm yellow plastic becomes bright orange, lemons become whitish, dark purple flowers appear dullish blue.

All colors except for white, grey and black are changing. People with “normal” color vision are experiencing something like color-blindness. People’s skin and blue eyes also change, they somehow appear more beautiful…

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Here’s the text written for the show (in French):

Opening, 2nd of 3 projets @ été78

There’s still a chance to see this 2nd chapter of the exhibition on Saturday March 11 at été78, rue de l’été 78, 1050 Brussels.

New Portfolio website: https://luccaportfolio.wordpress.com

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Check out my new wordpress Portfolio for a well-ordered presentation of my work:

https://luccaportfolio.wordpress.com

Exhibition views, été78, 1st of “3 projets”

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Views from the 1st part of the exhibition “Mémoire d’atelier sur trois projets” at été78 in Brussels. The text draft is available here: Soleil de minuit text

Opening 3 projets @ été78

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A great opening yesterday at été78 (http://www.ete78.com) still one chance to see the first part of the show next Saturday or by appointment.

Mémoire d’atelier sur trois projets @ été78, Bruxelles – vernissage 18/02/2017

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3 exhibitions in a row at ETE78, rue de l’été n°78, 1050 Brussels!

Vernissage Feb. 18th from 4PM to 8PM

 

Contrast

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2PM

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1PM – sun starts illuminating the background

 

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Vitrail sud, Abbaye de Sylvanès, 14h00

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Le vitrail sous le soleil du sud

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Avec le ciel derrière

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Les verres blancs projettent une lumière brune sur la pierre

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La couleur est proscrite du vitrail cistercien, mais personne n’a dit que celui-ci ne devait pas projeter des couleurs en dehors de lui

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On dirait presque que c’est peint à la bombe…

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Le vitrail vu de l’extérieur

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Le vitrail prêt à être réemballé

Prototype-window

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I just received these two pictures from the glass studio Debongnie – my partner in stained-glass. A prototype-window that will be presented next week for the final of a competition.

 

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Rosace, quasicristal dodécagonal

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Variations of the visual appearance of a stained glass window during the course of the sun in the sky.

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Le ciel, le soleil et un vitrail orienté Est

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[Document in French] A timeline of the visual appreance of a stained-glass, in parallel the colors of the Sunlight and the colors of the Sky, during a sunny summer day.

(PC : click-droit > “ouvrir l’image dans un nouvel onglet” pour voir l’image en grand)

(right-click > “open image in a new tab” to zoom)

Sunlight / Stained-glass

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Simulation of the changing visual appearance of an East-oriented Stained-glass window depending on the daylight color and orientation:

7:30 AM: before the sun rises, the sky illuminates the window

7:45 AM: a yellow Sunlight reaches the window

8:00 AM: the Sunlight is already whiter

12:00 AM: the Sunlight is white

12:30 AM: the Sunlight disappears, only the sky illuminates the window

4:00 PM: idem

6:00 & 8:00 PM: the sky’s color changes slightly

All this has been simulated using physical data about the light of the Sun and the Sky in the south of France, and physical data acquired by scanning colored glass with a spectrophotometer.

 

14 steps of an algorithm

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This gives you an idea of how I work. Every operation is the result of hundreds lines of code, but the logic is pretty simple. We have a quasiperiodic cristal made of triangles and we detect regular shapes (squares, diamonds, octogons, 6-gons, etc.). This creates a pattern that’s later gonna be made of little glass pieces.

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