An exploration of light and the spaces between
There are moments we overlook everyday. Shyly, these luminous transitions pass by our peripheries. We decided to search for these hidden glimpses of light and observe the spaces they occupy. These are the intervals that lie between the beginnings and signify the endings of poignant moments in time. Often only viewed when they have long travelled past it is when you notice these pauses you may find lumi and acknowledge the inner journeys taken to reach a destination.
The light that surrounds us and the light from within.
Finely thrown using translucent Australian porcelain speckled with motes of ilmenite sand. Our Lumi vessels are an evolving study on light and form.
Pause (1,2,3,4 & 5)
by Maya Santoso
Created as both a pause and a reflection on the moments that overwhelm, these pieces explore light captured in the vaporous expanse of clouds. Fractal and faceted, these crystalline orbs form a physical metaphor, to notice a moment and observe it from different sides - viewing it in a new light as it is presented in tessellated hindsight.
35cm, 18cm and 9cm diameter
(Giclee prints on rice paper, cotton thread)
Phosphenes (1,2,3,4 & 5)
by Mark Rose
Eyes closed, I float upon each breath, slowly edging closer to sleep. Tiny little lights begin to spark into existence, small bursts of internal effervescence - these are a visual phenomena known as phosphenes, your personal light show. The world keeps spinning around me but right now, none of that matters. As my memories and thoughts vividly pass by, the phosphenes continue to dazzle atop them, permeating my imagination like static on a television screen. Eventually they stop, everything stops. I am in limbo, amidst an ultimate moment of fleeting clarity - but as soon as I realise, it’s already too late. I am fast asleep.
These paintings are my attempt to revisit that moment. A meditation on memory and immersion, the contrast of imagery and the abstract.
14.8cm x 20.0cm
29.6cm x 21.0cm
59.0cm x 42.0cm
(Giclee printed cotton paper and gouache)