Tokujin Yoshioka."Rainbow Church" The installation consists of a 9-metre window made of 500 crystal prisms, which create rainbows within the space as the light is refracted.The Artist Use passing light to create focussed beam. envision seeing this from the ground level so you are experiencing the light and only seeing a little bit of the geometric shape.
The camera obscura is one of the world’s oldest, simplest devices, dating back at least to the times of Aristotle. It’s a dark box (or room) with a hole drilled in one side. When light shines through this hole, it projects a perfect image from the outside world that has been flipped upside down. Chris Fraser installation
Former Reichsbahnbunker (1942) Friedrichstrasse, Berlin. Now the home of the Boros Collection (Sammlung Boros), after conversion by architects Realarchitektur (2007). t's a pattern created by light seeping from the open edges of the box made of (inward facing) mirrors. The effect is fascinating!