Kaleidoscopic Gaze, 2010 by Ursula Berlot


What is form? How is a form made/ Who determines what forms look like? The question hovered in my head during my Junior year at high school as I prepared to create my design portfolio for university. That’s when I began to investigate light in depth. During my experimentation, Ursula Berlot’s Kaleidoscopic Gaze inspired me to learn how light can create forms that we have never encountered before. The rays of ambiguous forms that reflected off from the light amazed me. Installation artwork using light was something that I got really into, and ever since, I continued to explore light to explore the unexplored forms of our world.

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