The Diffusion of Light is a project by Jayson Haebich created while at the Institut Fur Alles Mogliche in April 2015 that uses white light from a laser focused on a pile of broken glass and mirrors. As the light moves, the refraction and reflection causes the light to shift and dance about.
As the lines of white light move across the broken glass the reflections that fan out across the floor and across the walls and ceiling look similar to the effects created by an Aurora in the northern skies. Also with several lines of light scanning across the glass at randomised speeds the piece never produces the same texture or coloured pattern more than once with each moment of the work itself being a unique piece of artwork, this generative method of artwork adds another dimension to this work
photos via Jayson Haebich
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