Lumiscopic had a great time at the Surface Design Show! We've already signed up for next year!
Catch us in the Light School in 2017!
Lumiscopic at the
Surface Design Show
Lumiscopic in the Press!
Lumiscopic in collaboration with F.E. Wilson
Lumiscopic has been working with F.E. Wilson Plastics to develop light responsive products suitable for commercial interiors. I managed this project from initial conept to protoype construction and am very much looking forward to seeing the finalised commerical product...read more here
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I remember falling in love with the Watermouth Castle fountain light show as a child. When I began researching for an essay about historical art, I came across the fountains again. The installation was originally built for the Festival of Britian in 1951...read more here...
When I began reseraching for my thesis, which explores the us of artifical light in art, I knew I had to pay a visit to photograph the spectacular!
Water Show Extravaganza
I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to be involved with light installation artist, Bruce Munro's Winter Light 2013 Exhibition at Waddesdon Manor. Whilst setting up the installation, I got the chance to see Cantus Arcticus, my favouriate of Munro's work.
Cantus Arcticus is inspired with the Nothern Lights, and it's made with hundreds of meters of fibre optic wires which shimmer and change coloured in time with piece of Finnish music composed of actual bird sounds... read more here
Cantus Arcticus by Bruce Munro
The Enchanted Forest 2013, Pitlochry.
I recently had the amazing experience of visiting the breathtaking Enchanted Forest in Pitlochry, a spectaular light show designed by Kate Bonney. This was a surreal experience and it definitley worth a visit... Read more here
I had an amazing time interning for renowned contemporary jewlellery and lighting designer, Sarah Angold.
Work Experience with Sarah Angold Studio
Colourscape by Peter Jones
Colourscape is an inflatable structure of tunnels made from coloured PVC and illuminated by natural light. You can walk around inside the structure and wander through a seamless blend of projected colour.
It's colour therapy at it's best and I can guarantee you will come out of this installation with a smile of your face...read more here
Lumiscopic at Barber Brown's
Lumiscopic has been working hard on a shop sign commissioned by contemporary Bristol hairdresser Barber Brown's, for display in their Bond Street salon. The sign is made from Lumiscopic dichroic acrylic, and laser-cut glitter acrylic and veneer.
Barber Brown's is also currently show-casing a Lumiscopic colour-changing LED wall panel, and we are looking forward to work together opn new projects in 2015!
We did it!!
We are officially 100% funded!
so much to each and every person who pledged, this really couldn't happen without your genorosity.
Thank you Sue Haslehurst for showing your support and thanks for being the first person to help raise the funds for this installation!
Thank you Nicki Hillier for showing your support!
Thanks to my lovely mum, Nuala Alcock, for supporting my project.
Thanks to my lovely sister, Katie Alcock, and her family for supporting Lumiscopic.
Thanks Dan Coles for donating and showing your support.
Thanks Duncan Campbell for your support.
Thank you very much to AJ Gardham for supporting Lumiscopic!
Thank you Lou Meloche & Luke Tenney for supporting Lumiscopic :)
Thank you to Kerry Fletcher for supporting this project.
Thanks to Dan from Bristol for getting involved ad kindly pledging to this project!
A massive THANK YOU to Carl Eastwood & Applelec for supporting Lumiscopic and becoming the official sponsor for this project!!
Thank Pauline R. from Somerset for supporting Lumiscopic.
Thanks to Hannah, Gav and george Love for supporting my project.
Thank you Richard Newman for supporting Lumiscopic's project!
Underwater Entities is a site-specific light installation that explores the form, fluidity and opacity of bioluminesencent marine creatures.
This project was funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign. Thank you to everyone who pledged...read more here