humans since 1982: collection of light
‘collection of light’ by human since 1982 all images by tim meier
stockholm-based designers humans since 1982 have created ‘collection of light’. each light bulb has been categorized and organized, framed in repurposed 70 year old insect collection drawers in order to accomplish the visual harmony and systematic arrangement of a true series. each piece is an assembly of LED lights labeled by size, name, color and temperature. the glass framed electrical components have been manufactured in a hand-made, limited edition series. the body of work includes three lighting objects: a 300 LED display with 3 editions, and smaller 150 and 90 LED displays with 10 versions each.
‘collection of light’ surrounded by more traditional insect collections
the collection view while unlit
humans since 1982 (11 articles)
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