Counter-Lighting
How to hide the physical volume of objects?
The project questions the ability of light to mask or hide volumetric properties of geometrical solids. By projecting certain shapes and gradients onto a pyramid, a cube and an icosahedron, light can influence our perceiving of the object, and trick our vision. Their faces are transformed into something different.They don't even look physical anymore. The light effect gives them a more 'digital' look.

The project reflects on the possibilities of counter-shadow as camouflage, as hiding an object or certain properties of it with the environment. By using instead 'counter-lighting', those proprieties are not only masked but also transformed.

The final output consists of a set of photographies portraying these object in the darkness, enlightened by the projection that morphs their shape.
digital, visual