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Av Lars Vilks - 1 maj 2009 09:55

Spencer Finch's installations take form in a variety of different mediums, but he is probably best-known for his work with fluorescent lights. In some works, he attempts to recreate the exact color and intensity of light that existed at a specific place and time.

Sunlight in a Passing Cloud in Ladonia (1 Second, 24 Hours)

The artist recreates a moment in that visionary country’s sky also veers toward the overly clinical. Finch used a colorimeter — a device that measures the density of a color — to record the light in a passing cloud. To replicate it, he created a bank of fluorescent lights and a large cloudlike form made of blue, purple, yellow and gray lighting filters.

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