Johanna Grawunder: Big Sky26/06/2012
Johanna Grawunder creates minimal, luminous pieces of functional micro-architecture that express her passion for modern architecture. For Johanna, light is architecture’s muse. Her current show, Big Sky, at Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris reveals her passion for the observation of nature and the infinite irisations of the sky. Through projection, the beams shine from a box and produce a filtered and structured surface; through diffraction, the light recreates the colours of the rainbow on a fragmented and sculptural surface; through propagation, the rays escape through the cracks; through reflection, creating a mirrored effect; through interposition – an opaque glass softens the effect. Big Sky runs 31 May - 31 July 2012.
Source - Carpenters Workshop Gallery