Sun Effects is a well-established name in light art and event lighting. The company that has been in charge of Flow Festival’s lighting design for over ten years has now set out to take over alleys next to the gasometer with the Sun Effects Alley concept. The Helsinki & Tokyo-based group has curated an exhibition that brings light art to the visitors and stops the festival crowd to have look around. Having curated multiple light art events such as Lux Helsinki and Reflektor, Sun Effects is known for fulfilling expectations but just as well providing the audience with something surprising and exhilarating.
Ultraviolet Gallery: Mimmit Peinttaa & Jouni Väänänen
Ultraviolet Gallery is a series of works presenting UV-art.
Relations Of Colour: Alexander Salvesen
The piece investigates our perception and how we don’t see absolute colour but rather differences in their relation. Relations of Colour focuses especially on the colour schemes that arise in the outside environment.
Chaos Pendulum: Julia Jäntti
In Chaos Pendulum, a pendulum simulating chaotic movement creates a map with the movements of the LED-lamp attached to it. The atlas is formed with the indeterminate movement of the pendulum, becoming visible for a fleeting moment with the help of light, before fading out and creating space for new sights.
Idea Of Order: Janne Ahola
Idea of Order is a five-channel video installation created on TV-screens displaying a fictive building floating in emptiness, constantly animated by sunlight and shadows. The installation aims to be a digital extension to the late brutalist architecture movement
Timegazing: Sofia Ivarsson
Ivarsson’s piece studies light as a constantly everchanging, responsive and contextual material that always exists in relation to what it reveals.