Paul Friedlander: "Art Futura XXI", Bilbao, Spain, 2011- Alhondiga Bilbao
Interactive light sculpture: visitors select images of earlier Friedlander's artworks using a touch screen. The images are digitally processed in real time using custom software to create a pallete of colours in the new light sculpture. Below the light sculpture is the touch screen used for interactive control.
The sculpture is an example of the use of artist's invention chromastrobic light, light that changes colour faster than the eye can see. The sculpture is in fact lit by only one colour at each instant but appears to be multi-coloured. These photos faithfully show how it looks to the human eye.