Artist James Nizam is currently exhibiting his latest work, ‘Trace Heavens’, a photographic series depicting the transformation of darkened rooms into incredible light installations. His technical prowness is something to admire – using sunlight in this manner is no mean feat. He does it by manipulating sunlight via perforated and sliced walls along with the aid of small mirrors fastened to ball joints for easy pivoting.
You only have to look at the photograph of the installation depicting shards of light. Canadian Art had this to say about his work;
The large black and white photographs depict the transformation of darkened rooms into uncanny light sculptures that intersect elegant geometry with math-class daydreaming. Bridling sunlight into streamlined rays via perforated and sliced walls, and with the aid of artificial fog to intensify the slants of light, Nizam creates imagery that might bend our perception of photography
281 total views, 1 today