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Optical light box

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Acryl glass and diverse paper qualities 40 x 40 x 10 cm , 2017

"Optical light box" is a graphical light artwork that replicate an optical illusion perception formed by lasercutting technology. The slightly translucent fabric is made of mostly acrylic glass and some durable paper materials and allows the viewer to deep into a meditative and reflecting state of mind.
This acrylic glass constructions reflect elegantly with the light flow and the shadows interact with lasered shapes beautifully. When viewed from different angles with day light or electrical light, it evokes varied emotions according to the viewer's unique perceptions of its space and form.
All picture frames contain a glass cover, which protects the artwork in case of damage or dust.
Acryl glass and diverse paper qualities 40 x 40 x 10 cm , 2017 "Optical light box" is a graphical light artwork that replicate an optical illusion perception formed by lasercutting technology. The slightly translucent fabric is made of mostly acrylic glass and some durable paper materials and allows the viewer to deep into a meditative and reflecting state of mind. This acrylic glass constructions reflect elegantly with the light flow and the shadows interact with lasered shapes beautifully. When viewed from different angles with day light or electrical light, it evokes varied emotions according to the viewer's unique perceptions of its space and form. All picture frames contain a glass cover, which protects the artwork in case of damage or dust.
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Isabelle Tellié is a visual artist, born in Germany and half French from origin. Her work fits into the international contemporary art stream that embraces the heritage of optical abstraction combined with environmental perceptions based on nature.
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