Light Art at London Design Festival

Light Art at London Design Festival
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Recently, at the London Design Festival, the V&A Museum South Kensington held an exhibit entitled In Praise of Shadows, which was inspired by the decision by EU governments to phase out low efficiency light bulbs by 2012.

Laura Feinstein
  • 6 october 2009

There’s something lurking in the shadows in London, and it’s not Jack the Ripper. A new breed of Britain-based artists have been experimenting with light-based installations and design, with results varying from the avante-guard to the downright practical. Recently, at the London Design Festival, the V&A Museum South Kensington held an exhibit entitled In Praise of Shadows, which was inspired by the decision by EU governments to phase out low efficiency light bulbs by 2012.

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