Lumière capturée is a unique medium size contemporary modern abstract geometric sculpture object by French-Dutch artist Olivier Julia. The object is made from multiple hand-cut glass elements enclosed by blocks made from mdf which are finished with a mixture of anthracite grey and bronze acrylic paint. Due to the bronze in the acrylic paint, changing ambient light causes changes in the intensity of the grey colour. The clever construction of this sculpture makes that under certain viewing angles it looks like there is a light source inside the object. However, this is exclusively caused by the ambient light that being caught by the glass elements, hence the name Lumière capturée (captured light).
MDF, glass, acrylic paint
21x15x15 cm (height x width x depth)
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