New Light Sculpture Highlights Our Obsession With Staring At Screens • Discoverology

New Light Sculpture Highlights Our Obsession With Staring At Screens

Design Bridge has launched a topical new light sculpture in the heart of Amsterdam to highlight our obsession with technology and staring at screens. ‘Absorbed by Light’ was created in collaboration with British artist Gali May Lucas.

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