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Sublime Projection

Adam Frank is an artist who uses new and old technologies to manipulate light in surprisingly simple and sublime ways. He just recently turned his attention toward objects scaled for the home (you might have seen Lumen, his series of shadow-projecting oil candles).


His latest design (finished just a few days ago, he tells me) is a small light that draws the outline of a window and not-so-distant trees on your presumably windowless wall.


A lovely detail: The movement of air caused by the heat of the bulb makes the "branches" tremble from time to time, as though they are being blown by a gentle, arbitrary breeze.


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