Luis Arrivillaga: Dana lamp

Inspired to Optical Art, Luis Arrivillaga’s new lamp plays with shadows to create an optical illusion of movement, ambiguous figures and reversibile perspectives.

Luis Arrivillaga, Dana lamp
Inspired by Victor Vasarely’s Optical Art, Luis Arrivillaga designed a lamp based on a fully curvilinear black and white stripes not contained by contour lines.

Dana plays with shadow to create optical illusions and giving the viewer the impression of movement, stressing the relationship between form and function, exploiting different phenomena; ambiguous figures and reversible perspective; line interference; chromatic vibration and different viewpoints and the superimposition of elements in space.

Two semi-spheres acts as foreground and background in a tense and contradictory juxtaposition. Creating two patterns of lines with a single common point, in this case is the cable that holds all the system.

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