While some of Chris Fraser's pieces are a little too reminiscent of James Turrell's work (which I adore), others are pretty damn cool.

Chris Fraser’s Light Installations

staceythinx: “ Chris Fraser creates dazzling light installations by turning a dark enclosed room into variation on a camera obscura. A precursor to the camera, the camera obscura is “a box or room.

Subtile and descrete wooden Lighting for Paths - Driveway Lights - Pathway Lighting - Bollard & Pole Lights

City 350 led decking bollard light

Subtile and descrete wooden Lighting for Paths - Driveway Lights - Pathway Lighting - Bollard & Pole Lights

Before and After Ikea Containers - this IKEA hack turns their utensil holders into DIY Lighting. Brilliant!

How to Make Your Own DIY Industrial Sconces

DIY Light Up Idea: Before and After Ikea Containers - this IKEA hack turns their utensil holders into DIY Industrial Lighting.

A prism in form, light is directed downward from the open face of the Prism Outdoor LED Wall Sconce. http://www.ylighting.com/blog/sonneman-inside-outdoor-lighting-collection/

SONNEMAN: Exclusive Inside-Out Collection

SONNEMAN Inside-Out Collection, a new line of bold geometric and architectural fixtures that are perfect to be used as both indoor and outdoor lighting.

Pendant Light Fixtures Made of Corrugated Paper, Contemporary Lighting Design from Graypants

Pendant Light Fixtures Made of Corrugated Paper, Contemporary Lighting Design from Graypants

LIGHT installation by Chris Fraser - The 'camera obscura' inspired photographer Chris Fraser (San Francisco) to his light installations. The camera is the tool for an interactive installation and the smallest changes in light have a visible effect on the screen. This allows each visitor to create his/her personal experience. | iGNANT.de

Chris Fraser

Chris Fraser creates awesome light installations using closed and dark spaces as a camera obscura and letting to enter the different lights from the outdoor through a small and thin customized hole on some part of the room.

Madelyn's Comments: I like Olafur Eliasson's Beauty. because it creates layers of light that resemble sound. Although it may not be the artist's intention, this work uses light to resemble sound.

The Colour Spectrum

Beauty From the exhibition Take your time: Olafur Eliasson, installation view at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Gently falling mist from the overhead sprinklers produce iridescent effects as the light is diffracted on the tiny droplets of w

hotness. this could probably get redone somehow.     originally c. 1990  folding screen by Eileen Gray, France

folding screen by Eileen Gray

this could probably get redone somehow. originally c. 1990 folding screen by Eileen Gray, France

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