Copenhagen based textile designer, Astrid Krogh, has presented an eye-popping light installation called 'Incentive' in Denmark.

Copenhagen based textile designer, Astrid Krogh, has presented an eye-popping light installation called ‘Incentive' in Denmark. The “tapestry” is woven from neon tubes fixed to an aluminum grid.

“Incentive” is a work in which both the light and shadows weave themselves into each other's history. It is meant as an image that binds different cultures together and thus operates as a place between rural and urban areas, between inside and out, between culture and nature, and its “incentives” to discover the whereabouts of light. The work is here, there and everywhere. It's reflected in glass facades, steel columns, window glass, spectacles, wine glasses and other itinerant glass. “Incentive” has, in its own way, a quite unpredictable life.

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