Saturday, September 27, 2008

Light Poles



Jason Bruges Studio, Dotty Duven, 2005. Temporary installation commissioned by the Tate, comprising of an array of 40 wands in the main Octagon gallery.Each wand was 2 meters tall, and had a glowing sphere at the top that turned only when the rods were touched and bent. (from Le territoire des sens)

1 comment:

walnutsrice said...

do you know what material the wands were made of? my team in office is trying to figure a material that is durable enough for these type of wands - is memory foam sufficient?