Australian lighting specialist Flynn Talbot created this RGB lighting installation called ‘Primary’, that was recently shown at PSAS in Perth, Australia.

Primary explores the projection of primary colour across a fragmented, triangular landscape. Red, blue and green spotlights were used to cast light onto the panel’s protruding polygons, creating a 10-minute-long sequence of moving and overlapping colours across its surface.


“Visitors to the exhibition were presented with a long view of the piece, most thinking it was simply a 2D projection on the wall,” Talbot said. “On a closer look the three-dimensionality of the work became apparent and the depth of the polygons could be seen.”


“A completely dark space with light radiating off the piece and a subtle soundscape created a very deliberate mood,” Talbot said. “People walked in talking but the gallery was quickly very quiet.”

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