Ephemeral Rays: Hundreds of Suspended Light Bulbs in a UK Dockyard

Ephemeral Rays: Hundreds of Suspended Light Bulbs in a UK Dockyard multiples light installation

Ephemeral Rays: Hundreds of Suspended Light Bulbs in a UK Dockyard multiples light installation

Ephemeral Rays: Hundreds of Suspended Light Bulbs in a UK Dockyard multiples light installation

Ephemeral Rays: Hundreds of Suspended Light Bulbs in a UK Dockyard multiples light installation

Ephemeral Rays: Hundreds of Suspended Light Bulbs in a UK Dockyard multiples light installation

Installed earlier this summer at the Chatham Historic Dockyard, Ephemeral Rays is a new work by artist Charlotte Smith. The piece consists of several hundred lights on filaments that fill a large window of a galvanizing shop. Of the work she shares:

Originally installed at Chatham Historic Dockyard, Ephemeral Rays depicted the volume of a fleeting ray of light beaming through a window of the Galvanising Shop. Reinstalled at Turner Contemporary the work evolved into a new form; drawing on the stunning expanse of sea and sky, the infinite horizon line was the focal point of the composition.

You can see much more over on her website. (via My Modern Met, Lustik)