Pio Diaz


Viewed from outside, the work is a great circle located in the ceiling from which white light is spreading in to the room. The moment the viewer enters the circle, the white light will be broken as in a prism, and 52 contrast-colored shadows will be thrown into a star shape around the viewer. This makes all the colors, which previously have been present in the white light, visible to the viewer as a color palette on the floor.





6 comments on “Shadows

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  2. laraleslieyoung
    February 13, 2014

    Reblogged this on New Beautiful Era and commented:
    After seeing an incredible chandelier that went viral by the two-artist team, Piodiaz, I felt compelled to explore their other work. This one uses visitors and colored lights to create a kaleidoscopic effect.


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  4. Karly
    January 7, 2014

    Will you be selling these beautiful works of nature in light, if so how much, when and how? Please and thank you for your time. 🙂


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This entry was posted on February 9, 2012 by in Artworks, Installation, Light and tagged , .