Lumus Instruments is a creative lighting studio set out to design products that enable and inspire the creation of sustainable art. Their main activities are developing, designing and engineering modular light installations and control systems, whereafter they are used to create a variety of artistic projects. In essence, they are a technological company with an artistic vision. With the help of technology, they latch on novelty in light experiences by implementing a high level of aesthetics and interaction, whilst giving art the opportunity to establish itself within entertainment environments.
The installation recreates the organic forces of nature through sound, light and lightly floating fabrics, such as water currents and a variety of colourful celestial images. It allows the audience to experience the subtle, immersive rhythms of nature.
An audio-visual performance installation. The installation has been exhibited at the Het Hem Museum in Rotterdam and the Lost Art Festivaly in Berlin and has received 9,000+ views.
Rise consists of 12 columns of light 6 metres long and is a response to the phenomenon of rising sea levels. The installation uses controlled light sources to visually recreate the rising tides in 12 different parts of the world. Standing in front of this giant installation, the audience can actually feel the insignificance of man and the power of nature.
This installation was exhibited at the 2020 Toronto Festival of Light. The installation is 5.5 metres high and consists of three interlocking cubes of LEDs and metal architecture. 10,000 individual LEDs give the installation a soft and dreamy light effect.
The work is a product of the artist’s thinking during the epidemic, in which LEDs were reconstructed into light-emitting panels and put together to form a large installation that would bring the audience together. Through this installation they hope to make people feel happy to be together again.