Dynamic artificial light in museums
In galleries and museums, one's perception of art, space, and atmosphere is largely determined by lighting. But which light settings should art and museum experts and exhibition designers choose, and on what basis are those choices made? Pioneering LED technologies make customized lighting scenarios possible, turning artificial light into an interactive material in museum architecture - not only in terms of design practice, but also in terms of real-time spatial experiences.
Computer-controlled lighting technologies are breaking boundaries, allowing the individual to take full control of lighting design. Light Up explores the potential of dynamic artificial lighting technologies in museum architecture, offering new insights into the use of light in exhibition spaces.
How LED technologies can be used to develop customized lighting scenarios
Studies in the real context of art institutions as well as programming of interactive light simulations
Documents the research project "White Cube Teleporter"