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Bruce Munro (see previous post) born 1959 in London, is an English installation artist.
Bruce and his team, based in his Wiltshire studio, together make his ideas come to life in the form of large scale light installations and individual bespoke luminaires. Artist is currently exhibiting at his work in Scottsdale Arizona at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale Public Art, Lisa Sette Gallery and at the Desert Botanical Garden. Follow him on
Bill FitzGibbons (American, b. 1950, Memphis, TN, based San Antonio, TX, USA) - LightRails, located at the 18th Street viaduct, downtown Birmingham, Alabama, 2013 (AL Computerized LED Light System). The installation illuminates the neglected, dark railroad
Erwin Redl (born 1963) is an Austrian-born artist currently living in USA. As artistic medium he uses LEDs. His work includes installations, videos, graphics, computerart and electronic music. Working in both two and three dimensions, his works redefine interior and exterior spaces.
The legendary American artist James Turrell – an avid pilot with a background in mathematics and psychology – has been creating immersive, perception-distorting, pure light installations for over half a century.
“What is important to me is to create an experience of wordless thought.”