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Li Hui

Gadgetry and Rites: Li Hui at the Yuz Museum

Li Hui installation at the SCAD museum.

A tomb, and a vision of blood inside the Convergence Crypt.(Li Hui installation at the SCAD museum.

Laser Installation by Li Hui at the Singapore Art Museum. Lasers seem to be a reoccurring theme when looking into abstract, geometric art. Maybe light and line is something to look into.

V is name from the shape of the laser beams that they are beamed down from a laser board. This installation is by Li Hui at The Chapel space of the Singapore Art Museum which he created atmospheric environments with lasers and light,

V is name from the shape of the laser beams that they are beamed down from a laser board. This installation is by Li Hui at The Chapel space of the Singapore Art Museum which he created atmospheric environments with lasers and light,

Light to be used when Ophelia goes mad with grief and drowns in the river. The color, however, should change to blue afterwards for a saddening mood of the maiden death.

V by chooyutshing, via Flickr. This installation is by Li Hui at The Chapel space of the Singapore Art Museum which he created atmospheric environments with lasers and light.

V is name from the shape of the laser beams that they are beamed down from a laser board. This installation is by Li Hui at The Chapel space of the Singapore Art Museum which he created atmospheric environments with lasers and light,

Light Sculptures by Makoto Tojiki

"The Man with No Shadow", Makoto Tojiki. Japanese artist Makoto Tojiki works primarily with light, exploring its use in installations, figurative sculptures, as well as kinetic pieces.

Étienne-Jules Marey’s “chronophotography” – early Victorian timelapse photography

Étienne-Jules Marey’s “chronophotography” – early timelapse photography