An exploration in light and colour

Australian artist Flynn Talbot runs a specialized lighting design studio where he designs innovative lighting fixtures for mass production and installations for buildings and festivals. He is known to create unique and intimate light projects.

The visual artist explores in his latest exhibition “Primary” how light affects the human experience and transforms the space. According to Talbot, light and objects are extremely connected. “Primary” is a three sided wall installation which is illuminated by three different light sources. Those lights create multicoloured shadows. The artist uses the number three as a reference to the primary colours (green, blue and red).The colours in the light measures the quantity of light sources and the use of the three triangles. The cardboard structure was made to divide the light and show how coloured light is mixed. 
Talbot's new project gives a feeling of being absorbed in the work.