Skipping ropes inspire beautiful kinetic light sculptures – wired.co.uk

Paul Frielander

Paul Frielander

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From the article “Skipping ropes inspire beautiful kinetic light sculptures” published on wired.co.uk,

“Friedlander’s interest in light sculpture was first sparked when he saw an exhibition of kinetic art at the Hayward Gallery. At the time he was an undergraduate student at Sussex University, studying physics and maths under Sir Anthony Legget, who went on to receive the Nobel Prize for his work on superfluidity.”

For more visit the artist’s website.

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